Stacy Meyer heads admissions and communication efforts for Trinity School of Medicine, overseeing the recruiting, admissions, and enrollment processes. As the communications lead, Ms. Meyer articulates the mission, vision, and advantages of Trinity's MD program, helping students, their families, and undergraduate advisers clearly understand what sets Trinity apart from other International medical schools. With her focus on personal engagement, Ms. Meyer drives the delivery of new and useful content, showcasing the value of Trinity, enthusiastically seeking smart, driven, passionate people who strive to become physicians. Ms. Meyer has a degree in marketing communications from Boston College and joined Trinity in 2009.
Maiysha Clairborne MD is an integrative medicine physician and physician wellness coach who blogs at https://stressfreemommd.com/, and is the author of The Wellness Blueprint and Eat Your Disease Away.
Dr. Lisa Herbert is a mother, wife, family physician and certified work-life balance coach who helps busy physician moms achieve balance so that they can maximize their time, have successful, rewarding careers and maintain meaningful relationships. Her background sets her apart as she can bring real life experiences to her coaching as she has tackled work-life balance, experienced the challenges of physician moms and understands the health care climate. Visit http://www.justtherightbalance.com and learn how to create the beautiful balance of work and life on your own terms.
Martin Schlichte founded his first company when he was 17 years old—it gave him the means to finance his university studies at Mannheim University and the Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL). Immediately after graduating in 2008, Martin founded the e-learning startup Lecturio and continues to be its CEO. With a current staff of around 100 employees, Lecturio has developed into one of the most successful e-learning companies in Europe. Furthermore, since 2016, Lecturio.com provides users worldwide with a comprehensive, theoretical medical education with lecturers from Harvard and other Ivy League universities.