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Women Empowering Women

       Women’s Dermatologic Society
      46thAnnual Meeting & Luncheon
           Sunday, March 3, 2019 | 12:00pm-2:00pm

                     Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
     901 Massachusetts Ave NW | Washington, DC | Marquis Ballroom 6-10
Women’s                    2018-2019 WDS Board of Directors
Dermatologic
                           Officers
Society                    President
                           Pearl E. Grimes, MD (2018-2019) Los Angeles, CA
About the WDS
                           President-elect
The Women’s                Marta I. Rendon, MD (2018-2019) Boca Raton, FL
Dermatologic Society,
founded in 1973, is        Vice President
dedicated to helping       Mona A. Gohara, MD (2018-2019) Woodbridge, CT
dermatologists fulfill     Treasurer
their greatest potential   Murad Alam, MD (2017-2020) Chicago, IL
and assisting them in
                           Secretary
making a contribution
                           Jenny E. Murase, MD (2016-2019) Cupertino, CA
to our specialty and
society. To achieve        Immediate Past President
this goal, the Society     Mary E. Maloney, MD (2018-2019) Holden, MA
relies on the active       Historian
participation of           Linda Susan Marcus, MD (2018-2021) Wyckoff, NJ
its members, who
represent a diverse        Board of Directors
cross-section              Afsaneh Alavi, MD, FRCPC (2017-2021) Richmond Hill, ON
of professional            Latanya T. Benjamin, MD (2018-2022) Parkland, FL
sub‑specialties.           Martha Laurin Council, MD (2018-2022) St. Louis, MO
                           Alison Ehrlich, MD, MHS (2017-2021) Washington, DC
Vison Statement            Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD (2015-2019) Brooklyn, NY
The Women’s                Molly Hinshaw, MD (2016-2020) Madison, WI
Dermatologic Society       Shadi Kourosh, MD, MPH (2016-2020) Boston, MA
is committed to issues     Jennifer Lucas, MD (2016-2020) Cleveland, OH
relevant to women and      Deborah MacFarlane, MD (2015-2019) Houston, TX
their families.            Kavita Mariwalla, MD (2015-2019) West Islip, NY
                           Melissa Peck Piliang, MD (2017-2021) Cleveland, OH
Mission Statement          Joyce Ming Cao Teng, MD, PhD (2017-2021) Palo Alto, CA
The mission of the         Rochelle Torgerson, MD, PhD (2018-2022) Rochester, MN
Women’s Dermatologic       Lucille White, MD (2016-2020) Houston, TX
Society is to be the       Ashely Wysong, MD, MS (2018-2022) Los Angeles, CA
premier organization
cultivating personal       Appointed Directors (2018-2019)
and professional           Parliamentarian
development of             Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD
dermatologists             Young Physicians Representative
dedicated to               Jonathan Leventhal, MD
excellence in patient
care, mentorship,          International Representative
volunteerism, and          Ncoza Cordelia Dlova, MBChB, FCDerm, PhD
leadership.                Resident Representative
                           Allison K. Truong, MD
President’s Welcome Letter
Dear WDS Members, Supporters, and Friends,
Welcome to the 2019 Women’s Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting & Luncheon! We
are honored by your presence.
As I reflect on my presidential year, I am so proud of all that we have accomplished, in
terms of strengthening our core programs and creating groundbreaking initiatives that
address total women’s health through the dermatology gateway.
Under the umbrella of the Transforming Interconnecting Program Project, we launched
our new Women’s Shelter Initiative. To date, 17 events were held in 10 different shelters,
with more planned for 2019, including the first “Global Women’s Shelter” event in India
at the end of March led by Dr. Rashmi Sarkar.
The recent WDS Forum was a huge success with record attendance. As an added value we offered CME credits in
total women’s health through the dermatology gateway, and invited speakers from other specialties to present.
We established a Think Tank of key global thought leaders to advise us, and created an Advisory Board to the
International Journal of Women’s Dermatology, consisting of clinicians representing other specialties.
We launched the WDS Diversity Initiative to impact underrepresented minorities in dermatology, including The
Summer Fellowship Grant for medical students in their first or second year. We also hosted a Diversity Networking
Breakfast and Panel during the AAD for local minority students, and are now partners for the AAD’s Champions of
Diversity
In addition to these important advancements, we branched out globally with a presence at the EADV, and across
the United States. We hosted 12 Regional Educational and Networking events, plus 38 Coast-2-Coast events and
four Play Safe in the Sun events!
I’m excited to see how this year’s significant achievements will blossom and grow in the future to serve our
organization and our specialty.
It has been a true honor to serve as your President for 2018-2019.
Sincerely,
Pearl E. Grimes, MD
President 2018-2019

Thank you to our Annual Meeting & Luncheon Sponsors

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Annual Meeting Chair’s Welcome Letter
Dear WDS Members, Supporters, and Friends,
Welcome to Washington, DC and the Women’s Dermatologic
Society (WDS) Annual Meeting & Luncheon!
Today, we celebrate the WDS and 46 years of “Women Empowering
Women”.
I believe there is no other person in journalism today with the
stature and professional breadth of experience and knowledge
of national and international affairs as our keynote speaker, Judy
Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor of the PBS NewsHour. She will speak to us about
“Navigating a Life in Journalism: A Women’s Perspective”. We thank her for sharing her
perspectives with us today.
Congratulations to our President, Dr. Pearl E. Grimes, for her outstanding leadership over
the past year, and welcome to our incoming President, Dr. Barbara Mathes. I would like
to thank our generous sponsors and supporters, and congratulate all of today’s award
winners. Additionally, a special thank you to the members of the Annual Meeting &
Luncheon Planning Committee for all their hard work.
In closing, I would like to express my appreciation to all of you for attending our luncheon
and continuing to support the WDS’s mission!
Sincerely,
Tina S. Alster, MD
2019 WDS Annual Meeting & Luncheon Chair
2014 WDS Legacy Award Recipient
2009 WDS Mentor of the Year

Annual Meeting & Luncheon Planning Committee
Events Council Chair                             Members
Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD                            Rebecca Kazin, MD
                                                 Helena M. Kuhn, MD
Program Committee Chair                          Amanda A. Lloyd, MD
Kathleen J. Hectorne, MD                         Brenda Pellicane, MD

Annual Meeting Chair                             Advisors
Tina S. Alster, MD                               Cheryl Burgess, MD
                                                 Sandra Read, MD

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Keynote Speaker
“NAVIGATING A LIFE IN JOURNALISM: A WOMEN’S PERSPECTIVE”
Broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff is the anchor and managing
editor of the PBS NewsHour. She has covered politics and other
news for more than four decades at NBC, CNN and PBS.
At PBS from 1983 to 1993, she was the chief Washington
correspondent for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. From 1984 –
1990, she also anchored PBS’ award-winning documentary series,
“Frontline with Judy Woodruff.” Moving to CNN in 1993, she served
as anchor and senior correspondent for 12 years; among other
duties, she anchored the weekday program “Inside Politics.” She
returned to the NewsHour in 2007, and in 2013, she and the late Gwen Ifill were named the first
two women to co-anchor a national news broadcast. After Ifill’s death, Woodruff was named sole
anchor.
In 2011, Judy was the anchor and reporter for the PBS documentary “Nancy Reagan: The Role of
a Lifetime.” And in 2007, she completed an extensive project on the views of young Americans,
titled “Generation Next: Speak Up. Be Heard.” Two hour-long documentaries aired on PBS, along
with a series of reports on the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, NPR, in USA Today and on Yahoo News.
From 2006 – 2013, Judy anchored a monthly program for Bloomberg Television, “Conversations
with Judy Woodruff.” In 2006, she was a visiting professor at Duke University’s Terry Sanford
Institute of Public Policy. In 2005, she was a visiting fellow at Harvard University’s Joan
Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy.
At NBC News, Woodruff was White House correspondent from 1977 to 1982. For one year after
that she served as NBC’s Today Show chief Washington correspondent. She wrote the book, This
is Judy Woodruff at the White House, published in 1982 by Addison-Wesley. Her reporting career
began in Atlanta, Georgia, where she covered state and local government.
Woodruff is a founding co-chair of the International Women’s Media Foundation, an organization
dedicated to promoting and encouraging women in journalism and communication industries
worldwide. She serves on the boards of trustee of the Freedom Forum, The Duke Endowment
and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and is a director of Public Radio International and the
National Association to End Homelessness. She is a former member of the Knight Commission
on Intercollegiate Athletics, a former director of the National Museum of American History and a
former trustee of the Urban Institute.
Judy is a graduate of Duke University, where she is a trustee emerita.
She is the recent recipient of the Radcliffe Medal, the Poynter Medal for Lifetime Achievement
in Journalism, the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award from the Committee to Protect Journalists and
the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism from Arizona State University. She received the
Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award in Television from Washington State University,
the Gaylord Prize for Excellence in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University
of Oklahoma and the Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media from the University of
South Dakota. She was inducted into the Georgia Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and
received the Leonard Zeidenberg First Amendment Award from the Radio Television Digital News
Association and the Duke Distinguished Alumni Award, among others.
She is the recipient of more than 25 honorary degrees.
Judy lives in Washington, DC, with her husband, journalist Al Hunt, and they are the parents of
three children: Jeffrey, Benjamin and Lauren.

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Luncheon Program
Welcome
Pearl E. Grimes, MD, President

Sponsor Acknowledgement
Pearl E. Grimes, MD, President

Lunch and Networking
Presentation of Check to N Street Village
Tina S. Alster, MD, Annual Meeting Chair

Luncheon Speaker Presentation
Tina S. Alster, MD, Annual Meeting Chair
“Navigating a Line in Journalism: A Women’s Perspective”
Judy Woodruff

Annual Business Meeting
PRESENTATION OF 2019-2020 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
RECOGNITION OF RETIRING OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Officers:
Mary E. Maloney, MD, Immediate Past President, 2018-2019
Mona A. Gohara, Vice President, 2018-2019
Jenny E. Murase, MD, Secretary, 2016-2019
Board of Directors:
Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD, FAAD, Director, 2015-2019
Deborah MacFarlane, MD, Director, 2015-2019
Kavita Mariwalla, MD, Director, 2015-2019
Ncoza Cordelia Dlova, MBChB, FCDerm, PhD, International Representative, 2018-2019
Jonathan Leventhal, MD, Young Physicians Representative, 2018-2019
Allison K. Truong, MD, Resident Representative, 2018-2019
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF NEW MEMBERS

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Luncheon Program, continued
Award Presentations
LEGACY AWARD: Lynn Drake, MD
Presented by Janet Hickman, MD, Legacy Council Financial Vice Chair
ROSE HIRSCHLER AWARD: Victoria P. Werth, MD
Presented by Jean L. Bolognia, MD, Annual Awards Committee Chair
WALTER B. SHELLEY, MD LEADERSHIP AWARD: Neil S. Sadick, MD
Presented by Maria K. Hordinsky, MD, Annual Awards Committee Member
MENTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD: Valerie D. Callender, MD
Presented by Wendi E. Wohltmann, MD, Mentorship Committee Chair
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD: Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD
Presented by Ashley Wysong, MD, MS, Service Committee Chair
PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS
Presented by Pearl E. Grimes, MD, President
RECOGNITION OF OTHER WDS AWARDEES

Adjournment and Closing Remarks
Barbara Mathes, MD – President, 2019-2020

Menu
We hope you enjoy today’s menu that the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC Culinary Team
has prepared for you!

FIRST COURSE
Kale Caesar Salad with Almonds, Sun-dried Tomatoes, Parmesan Cheese and Olive
Croutons
SECOND COURSE*
Soy Ginger Marinated Chicken Breast with Orange Glaze, Baby Bok Choy on a Crispy Rice
Cake
THIRD COURSE
Crème brûlée with Seasonal Berries
*Vegetarian and dietary restriction entrees available upon request. Please let your server
know.

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WDS Business Meeting
2019-2020 WDS Officers and Board of Directors
A Special Meeting of the WDS Membership was held on Friday, February 8, 2019 during the WDS
Forum in Dallas, Texas to vote on the slate for the 2019-2020 WDS Officers and Board of Directors.
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Officers and Board of Directors!

Officers                                           Shadi Kourosh, MD, MPH (2016-2020)
PRESIDENT                                          Boston, MA
Barbara Mathes, MD (2019-2020)                     Jennifer Lucas, MD (2016-2020)
Boyne City, MI & Doylestown, PA                    Cleveland, OH
PRESIDENT-ELECT                                    Melissa Peck Piliang, MD (2017-2021)
Marta I. Rendon, MD (2019-2020)                    Cleveland, OH
Boca Raton, FL
                                                   Michelle Tarbox, MD (2019-2023)
VICE PRESIDENT                                     Lubbock, TX
Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD (2019-2020)
Brooklyn, NY                                       Joyce Ming Cao Teng, MD, PhD (2017-2021)
                                                   Palo Alto, CA
TREASURER
Murad Alam, MD (2017-2020)                         Rochelle Torgerson, MD, PhD (2018-2022)
Chicago, IL                                        Rochester, MN

ASSISTANT TREASURER                                Mara Weinstein Velez, MD (2019-2023)
Bethanee Schlosser, MD, PhD (2019-2020)            Pittsford, NY
Chicago, IL                                        Lucille White, MD (2016-2020)
SECRETARY                                          Houston, TX
Deborah MacFarlane, MD (2019-2022)                 Wendi Wohltmann (2019-2023)
Houston, TX                                        San Antonio, TX
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT                           Ashely Wysong, MD, MS (2018-2022)
Pearl E. Grimes, MD (2019-2020)                    Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
                                                   Appointed Directors
HISTORIAN
                                                   ADVISOR
Linda Susan Marcus, MD (2018-2021)
                                                   Mary E. Maloney, MD (2019-2020)
Wyckoff, NJ
                                                   Holden, MA
Board of Directors                                 PARLIAMENTARIAN (2018-2020)
Afsaneh Alavi, MD, FRCPC (2017-2021)               Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD
Richmond Hill, ON                                  Lafayette, LA

Latanya T. Benjamin, MD (2018-2022)                INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Parkland, FL                                       Lidia Rudnicka, MD, PhD (2019-2020)
                                                   Warsaw, Poland
Martha Laurin Council, MD (2018-2022)
St. Louis, MO                                      YOUNG PHYSICIAN REPRESENTATIVE (2019-2020)
                                                   Nada Elbuluk, MD
Alison Ehrlich, MD, MHS (2017-2021)                Woodland Hills, CA
Washington, DC
                                                   RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE
Molly Hinshaw, MD (2016-2020)                      Courtney Rubin, MD, MBE (2019-2020)
Madison, WI                                        Philadelphia, PA
Sarah Jackson, MD (2019-2023)
New Orleans, LA

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Legacy Award
Dr. Lynn A. Drake                                                           Past Recipients:
Biography:                                                                  2018 - Pearl E. Grimes, MD
Dr. Drake is on the Dermatology Faculty                                     2017 - Susan H. Weinkle, MD
at the Massachusetts General Hospital &                                     2016 - Jean Bolognia, MD
Harvard Medical School and is the Director
                                                                            2015 - Dr. Rex & Johnnie Amonette
of Business Development for the Wellman
Center. She was Professor & Chair of the                                    2014 - Tina S. Alster, MD
Department of Dermatology at OUHSC,                                         2013 - Wilma F. Bergfeld, MD
Deputy Chair of Dermatology at Harvard,
an RWJ Health Policy Fellow in DC and a                                     The Legacy Award is presented
graduate of the Harvard Business School.                                    annually to an individual who has
                                                                            been an advocate of WDS a leader
Dr. Drake received U.S. Presidential Appointments as a U.S. Delegate
                                                                            to the society and to the field of
to the World Health Organization, the National Policy Forum Council for
                                                                            dermatology. This individual is
Health Care Reform, and the National Advisory Board for NIAMS at the
                                                                            honored at the Legacy Celebration
NIH. She was President of the AAD & the WDS; Board of Directors for
                                                                            held each year during the AAD Annual
ASDS; Trustee Dermatology Foundation; Chair, FDA Dermatologic and
                                                                            Meeting. The proceeds from the
Ophthalmic Drugs Advisory Committee & Chair, National Consensus
                                                                            celebration are donated to the Legacy
Conference on Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer for the NIH. She published
                                                                            Fund, which was established to ensure
the first guidelines of Care for Dermatology for which she received the
                                                                            the long-term financial stability of the
AAD President’s Award
                                                                            WDS.
Dr. Drake received the Bergfeld Award for Vision & Leadership,
the Rose Hirschler Award, the President’s Award and the Legacy
Award from the WDS. Honors include AAD Honorary Membership,
Outstanding Alumnus University of Tenness College of Medicine, 100
Best Doctors in America, Outstanding Young Women of America, AMA
Inspirational Physicians Recognition Award & Outstanding Alumnus
Adams State University & Commencement Speaker.
Dr. Drake is the recipient of several named lectureships, holds
honorary membership in multiple international societies, authored
over 130 papers, served on multiple editorial boards, & as visiting
professor at over 60 universities. She has presented over 400 invited
national and international lectures and is a frequent contributor to
multiple media sources.
Personal Note/ Statement of Thanks:
I am both honored and humbled to receive this award which is
especially meaningful as it comes from my peers. I share this award with
all those who have endeavored to create such a successful organization
- the WDS. It is important to acknowledge and thank all those who
have supported me through the years in so many ways. ‘Legacy’ does
not occur in a vacuum. This organization is full of others who believe
in dermatology, service, mentorship and quality care for our patients.
Special thanks to Deirdre Hooper who Chaired this wonderful event, to
Pearl Grimes the WDS President and to the Legacy Council.
Legacy is often defined as something handed down or left behind – a
gift of sorts. When I think about my personal ‘Legacy’, there are two
parts. What was handed to me, and what I might have passed on that
benefited someone else. It would be impossible to mention all that
has been given to me. One thing I hope I may have passed down is the
gift of giving individuals the courage to go for it even if it was not on
the agenda. Standing for what they believe is right and just and not
yielding to external pressure, of following their dreams and taking
chances, of being curious and excited about learning new things, of
following a passion or a dream while maintaining their core values and
remembering that family and friends are always a priority. I benefited
from these legacy gifts handed to me. It led to leadership roles in
WDS and to the Presidency of the AAD –but the most important gift
has been making lifetime friends - and having a support group that
nourished and enriched me -- both professionally and personally.

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Rose Hirschler Award
Victoria P. Werth, MD                                                   Past Recipients:
Biography:                                                              2018 - Jane M. Grant-Kels, MD
Victoria P Werth, MD, is Chief of the Division                          2017 - Kathleen J. Hectorne, MD
of Dermatology at the Philadelphia Veterans                             2016 - Amy Paller, MS, MD
Administration Hospital and Professor of                                2015 - Suzanne Connolly, MD
Dermatology and Medicine at the University
                                                                        2014 - Lynn A. Drake, MD
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
                                                                        2013 - Marianne N. O’Donoghue, MD
Dr. Werth earned her medical degree
from Johns Hopkins University School of                                 2012 - Jean L. Bolognia, MD
Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. She                                    2011 - Boni Elewski, MD
completed an internal medicine residency                                2010 - Susan Weinkle, MD
at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, a dermatology   2009 - Ilona Frieden, MD
residency at New York University School of Medicine in New York, and
                                                                        2008 - Janet G. Hickman, MD
an immunodermatology fellowship at New York University School of
Medicine as well.                                                       2007 - E. Dorinda Shelley, MD
                                                                        2006 - Lenore Kakita, MD
Dr. Werth is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and        2005 - Patricia G. Engasser, MD
American College of Rheumatology and is a founding member of
the Medical Dermatology Society and Rheumatologic Dermatology           2004 - Richard Odom, MD
Society. She serves as an editor and reviewer for a number of           2003 - Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD
journals and organizations and has given many lectures worldwide.       2002 - Nia K. Terezakis, MD
Dr. Werth received the lifetime achievement award from the Medical      2001 - Ruth Freinkel, MD
Dermatology Society and has been named to the “Best Doctors in          2000 - Barbara A. Gilchrest, MD
America” list for many years. Her work has advanced the field of
                                                                        1999 - Inga Silberberg-Sinakin, MD,
autoimmune skin disease with a goal to develop improved scientific
                                                                        Gloria Graham, MD & G. Jeanette
understanding, diagnosis, and treatments for lupus, dermatomyositis,
                                                                        Thorbecke, MD, PhD
and autoimmune blistering diseases.
                                                                        1998 - Antoinette F. Hood, MD
Personal Note/ Statement of Thanks:                                     1997 - Vera Price, MD
As the 4th-generation woman physician in my family, I find special      1996 - Wilma F. Bergfeld, MD
meaning in the Women’s Dermatologic Society. In 1927, the University
                                                                        1995 - Ricky K. Schachter, MD
of Maryland Medical School graduated its first two women physicians.
One of them was my great aunt, a 2nd-generation woman physician.        1993 - Marie-Louise Johnson, MD
She began her career seeing exclusively women patients.                 1992 - Stephania Jablonska, MD
                                                                        1991 - Frances J. Storrs, MD
Since that time, women in medicine have come a long way. I accept
this award in honor of the many women who now contribute in so          1990 - Walter B. Shelley, MD
many ways to dermatology – including as presidents of the AAD, the      1989 - Nancy Burton Esterly, MD &
many women chairs we now have who support this field and their          Margaret Gray Wood, MD
departments with strong leadership and passion, and everyone who        1988 - Miriam Chancy Reed, MD
contributes to advancing our field.
I have benefitted from several mentors, and want to acknowledge the     The Rose Hirschler Award is named
pivotal support of Irwin Friedberg, Dr. Andrew Franks and Dr. Richard   in honor of Dr. Rose Hirschler, one of
Sontheimer, who have been amazing mentors to me and to many             the first known female dermatologists
others in the area of autoimmune skin disease. I would also like to     in the United States. The award
acknowledge the support of Dr. George Cotsarelis, my current chair at   is presented annually by the WDS
Penn. My husband, Dr. Kevin Jon Williams, and my five children have     to physicians chosen for their
been continuous supporters of my efforts. It has been a privilege to    significant contributions to medicine
work to advance the field, mentor our trainees and young faculty, and   and dermatology and who, by their
aid our patients.                                                       achievement, have served to enhance
                                                                        the role of women in the dermatologic
                                                                        specialty.

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Walter B. Shelley, MD Leadership Award
Neil S. Sadick, MD                                                            Past Recipients:
Biography:                                                                    2018 - David M. Pariser, MD
Neil Sadick, MD FAAD, FAACS, FACP, FACPh,                                     2017 - William D. James, MD
is one of the most influential and renowned                                   2015 - Richard Odom, MD
dermatologists and researchers in the                                         2014 - Stephen I. Katz, MD, PhD
world. His multiple discoveries have strongly
                                                                              2012 - E. Dorinda Shelley, MD (in
influenced and transformed the future of
                                                                              honor of her late husband, Walter B.
dermatology. He is founder of the world
                                                                              Shelley, MD)
renowned Sadick Research group and the
author of the bestselling consumer book,
The New Natural.                                                              The Walter B. Shelley, MD Leadership
                                                                              Award is presented periodically to
Dr. Sadick holds board certifications in internal medicine,                   a man who has made a significant
dermatology, cosmetic surgery, hair restoration surgery and is a              contribution toward supporting
diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.             women in dermatology.
He is the medical director and owner of Sadick Dermatology, as well
as director of Sadick Research Group, which runs multiple FDA clinical
trials each year.
He has authored over 300 publications, 20 books on hair disorders,
facial rejuvenation, lasers, sclerotherapy and cosmetic surgery, 70
book chapters on cosmeceuticals, hair transplantation, lasers and
sclerotherapy, and delivered over 500 major academic presentations
throughout the world.
He serves as the founding Deputy Editor of the International Journal
of Women’s Dermatology, senior editor of the Journal of Drugs and
Dermatology, editor for the Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, section editor
for the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, and Editorial Board
member for the Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy.
Personal Note/ Statement of Thanks:
It is a great honor to be chosen as the 2019 recipient of the Walter B.
Shelley, MD Leadership Award. Walter Shelley has been a great friend
and mentor throughout my career, which makes this award that much
more special. It is truly one of the highest points of my career, as it has
been an honor to help foster the growth of The Women’s Dermatologic
Society into becoming a true leader for the Mentorship and Leadership
of women and men in Dermatology.
I am humbled to have played a small part in supporting this
remarkable platform which mentors young physicians into leadership
positions, department chairs, presidents of prestigious dermatologic
organizations, both nationally and internationally, and its support
of programs that ensure sun protection, skin health, and leading the
charge in women’s holistic wellness.
Having worked on the Board, Executive Committee, and as Treasurer
overseeing the financial growth of the organization, I have been
fortunate enough to witness the development of so many amazing
stars in Dermatology. It has taught me to be a better dermatologist
and a better friend to my peers in our specialty. I look forward to this
society continuing to flourish over the coming years. You will always
have my support as we continue to foster that growth.

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Mentor of the Year
Valerie D. Callender, MD                                                     Past Recipients:
Biography:                                                                   2018 – Maria K. Hordinsky, MD
Dr. Valerie D. Callender is widely known for                                 2017 – Amit Pandya, MD
her sensitive and cutting-edge approach to                                   2016 - Alexa Boer Kimball, MD, MPH
the management of hair loss in women and                                     2015 - Lisa Garner, MD, FAAD
the treatment of pigmentation disorders.                                     2014 - Mary P. Lupo, MD
Dr. Callender is a prolific contributor to the                               2013 - Dedee F. Murrell, MD
dermatology literature and has co-edited                                     2012 - William D. James, MD
a textbook on Treatment for Skin of Color.                                   2011 - Pearl E. Grimes, MD
She has written over 20 textbook chapters                                    2010 - Mary Maloney, MD
and more than 60 peer-reviewed articles for academic journals, and is        2009 - Tina S. Alster, MD
frequently invited to speak at national and international dermatology        2008 - Jean Bolognia, MD
meetings. Dr. Callender has conducted and participated in over 50
                                                                             2007 - Libby Edwards, MD
research studies and clinical trials for both therapeutic and cosmetic
products, and is a consultant for some of the world’s leading cosmetic       2006 - Amy Paller, MD
and consumer brands. She has served in leadership roles in many              2005 - Ilona J. Frieden, MD
major dermatological organizations, including past presidencies of           2004 - Vera H. Price, MD
the Women’s Dermatologic Society (WDS) and the Skin of Color Society         2003 - Frances J Storrs, MD
(SOCS), currently serves on the board of directors of the American
Academy of Dermatology (AAD), and has recently been elected to the           The first WDS Mentor of the Year
Executive Committee of the AAD. Dr. Callender is the Founder and             award was given to Frances J. Storrs,
Medical Director of the Callender Dermatology & Cosmetic Center,             MD, who had previously returned her
which is located in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. She              honorarium to the WDS for the Rose
received her medical degree from Howard University, where she also           Hirschler Award in 1991, to establish
did her residency and currently serves as Professor of Dermatology at        a Mentorship Program. Since 1993,
the College of Medicine.                                                     the Mentorship Program has funded
                                                                             more than 400 women and men early
Throughout her career, Dr. Callender has mentored and supported the          in their professional careers, to spend
careers of many medical students, dermatology residents, and young           one-on-one time with an established
physicians, officially through several mentorship programs, sponsored        mentor of specific expertise.
by the AAD, WDS, SOCS, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
and American Hair Research Society.
Personal Note/ Statement of Thanks:
Thank you to my WDS colleagues for selecting me for the 2019 Mentor
of the Year Award. I am so honored and appreciative to receive this
award. I truly believe that we must all inspire the next generation
of dermatologists through mentoring, and to do this with passion,
dedication and commitment. I am deeply grateful to the incredible
mentors in my life who inspired and guided me along the way, and
feel honored to carry this tradition forward. I challenge all of you to be
that mentor that lights a fire in someone else’s life and by doing that
creates a change in their life that will last with them forever. Together
we can make a difference.

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Volunteer of the Year Award
Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD                                                Past Recipients:
Biography:                                                               2018 – Wendi E. Wohltmann, MD
During her more than 40 years as a board                                 2017 – Ashley Wysong, MD, MS
certified dermatologist in clinical practice,                            2016 – Shadi Kourosh, MD
Dr. McBurney has served the profession                                   2015 – Pearl E. Grimes, MD, Mona
through her numerous leadership roles in                                 Gohara, MD, Rachel Pritzker, MD
professional organizations. She was an early
                                                                         2014 – Rebecca Tung, MD &
pioneer in the laser-based dermatologic
                                                                         Latanya Benjamin, MD
surgery and the study of mycosis fungoides.
A clinical profession with nearly 40 years’
experience at Louisiana’s two medical                                    The Volunteer of the Year award has
schools, she has more than 200 professional                              been established to recognize a WDS
presentations and 39 peer-reviewed publications.                         member who has made an outstanding
                                                                         contribution through community
In 2012, she left full-time practice at Skin Care Specialist, a clinic   service. The rollout of this award at
she founded, and continues to devote her time to part-time clinical      the 2014 Annual Luncheon coincided
practice in Lafayette, LA, teaching medical students, mentoring young    with the tenth anniversary of WDS
physicians, invited speaking engagements, and professional service.      community outreach programs, and
Her commitment to public service and education about skin health         this now annual award will continue to
can be seen in her history of more than 75 community presentations,      honor all those who support WDS and
annual skin cancer screenings, and numerous appearances in local         our service outreaches.
and national media outlets.
Personal Note/ Statement of Thanks:
It is an honor to be rewarded and recognized for your work and I
thank you.
Our president Pearl Grimes initiated this WDS project for abused
women in shelters and has inspired all of us to be involved.
To paraphrase Halle Berry, “ this moment is bigger than me.” This
moment is for Kim Drew,MD, Frankie Rholdon, MD, Mozelle Fruge,
BCSW, the staff of Faith house in Lafayette, and the nameless women
living in Faith house. Kim Drew is in fantastic physical shape and
achieved getting us all using an exercise ban, Mozelle started or
ended each program with a meditation session, and Frankie educated
us on how to treat acne and atopic dermatitis on a budget.
In our profession we are often told we change lives, but in reality we
are the ones changed by giving.

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WDS Charitable Donation
WDS strives to make an impact on the lives of others. Therefore, the Annual Meeting &
Luncheon Committee has elected to make a donation on behalf of all WDS members,
supporters, guests, and friends attending the luncheon to N Street Village.

                                             N STREET VILLAGE
                                             QUICK OVERVIEW | www.nstreetvillage.org
         N Street Village is the largest provider of housing and supportive services for women experiencing homelessness in Washington, D.C.
        Every year, we welcome nearly 2,000 women and provide the programs and opportunities to help women make meaningful gains in
         their housing, income, employment, mental health, physical health, and addiction recovery in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.

                 Miriam’s House                                                                                              Flagship
            25 rooms of supportive housing                                                                     Day Center, Wellness Center, 51 units of
              for women living with HIV.                                                                      affordable housing for families, 44 units of
                                                                                                              permanent supportive housing, 12 units of
                                                                                                            recovery housing, and 9 units of mental health
     Patricia Handy Place for Women                                                                                        focused housing.
        Downtown emergency night shelter with                      5 LOCATIONS
                                                                                                                      Erna’s House
       213 beds including temporary, senior, and                   ONE VILLAGE                        30 efficiencies and one-bedroom apartments for the
               medical respite housing.
                                                                                                                most vulnerable women in the city.
                      Phyllis Wheatley YWCA - Comprehensive case management provided to 42 women by N Street Village staff.

                                                   HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2018

      NEARLY 2,000                 767 WOMEN                    190,564 MEALS                365 DAYS/YEAR                               400+
      women were welcomed         AND 51 FAMILIES               were served across       the Village’s programs were open,         VOLUNTEERS
        at our doors and         were provided supportive        the Village’s five      holding wellness classes, access to  served meals, donated items,
           programs.           housing in a loving community.       locations.        physical health services and Day Center. taught classes, and more!

                            IN THE WORDS OF THE VILLAGE FAMILY
                             “We all want to know this one thing, did you hear me? Do
                             you see me? And what I love about N Street Village is                                     “I’ve seen organizations like this
                             that every staff member understands that principle…that                                   all over, but N Street Village is
                             women who come to the front door want to be seen, they                                    the best.”
                             want to be heard, they want to know their lives matter.”                                  RICHARD GERE, ANNUAL GALA
                             OPRAH WINFREY, ANNUAL LUNCHEON

                             “The Village is a special place. As a volunteer, I came to                                “N Street Village is known
                             give back. But in the end, I receive so much more. N Street                               nationally as an innovator in
                             Village makes me a better person.”                                                        homeless services.”
                             PAM, VILLAGE VOLUNTEER                                                                    D.C. MAYOR MURIEL BOWSER

     “In Washington, where women represent            “The people who work at N Street Village             “Strategic partnerships, asset stewardship,
    26% of the homeless population, a ‘wrap-         strive to make it a place that offers not just       earned income opportunities, mergers and
     around’ model of housing and support              tangible physical comforts — a meal, a           acquisitions, fundraising optimization—all big
     services for homeless women is proving              bed — but also a less tangible one: a          business buzzwords. We’re not talking corporate
     effective, as provided by organizations          connection on a soothing, personal level.”        titans, but rather N Street Village, a provider of
               like N Street Village.”                                                                  critical service to homeless women for 40 years.”

                                                            GET INVOLVED
           1. VISIT THE VILLAGE                           2. HOST A LUNCH AND LEARN                              3. CORPORATE FRIDAYS
     The best way to experience the Village is       Bring the Village to you! Host a donation drive      Cook and serve lunch or volunteer as a group
      to come for a tour. See the impact you          or have our staff and clients visit your office     on a Friday. Space is limited, find out how you
       can make - schedule your visit today.              share about the work of the Village.                     can make an impact in 2019!

     WDS 46CONTACT:
           th
              Annual Chief
                     Meeting      & Luncheon
                           Development                  | Sunday,
                                       Officer Stuart Elizabeth          March 3,or2019
                                                                Allen at 202.939.2085        | Washington, DC
                                                                                      sallen@nstreetvillage.org

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Program and Awards
Mentorship Award
The WDS Mentorship Award Program was created to help promote the concept of
Mentorship within the WDS by establishing long-term relationships between Mentors and
Mentees.
PURPOSE
The purpose of the award is to develop mentoring relationships that might not otherwise
be possible due to distance or funding availability. The program helps develop leadership
potential in candidates who have shown early promise through exceptional activities,
which will enhance their contributions to dermatology and medicine.
2018 MENTORSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS
Jusleen Ahluwalia, MD                            Vanessa Pascoe, MD
Mentor: Jill Waibel, MD                          Mentor: Joanna Badger, MD
Audrey Beirne, MD                                Hyemin Pomerantz, MD
Mentor: Sharon Jacob, MD                         Mentor: Edward Cowen, MD
Anna Cogen, MD                                   Maryam Safaee, MD
Mentor: Diana Lockwood, MD                       Mentor: William James, MD
Sarah Corley, MD                                 Brittney Schultz, MD
Mentor: Bethanee Schlosser, MD, PhD              Mentor: Donna Culton, MD
Carla Cruz-Diaz, MD                              Pooja Shah, MD
Mentor: Kanade Shinkai, MD                       Mentor: Joseph Jorizzo, MD
Brittany Dulmage, MD                             Bridget Shields, MD
Mentor: Youn Kim, MD                             Mentor: Nicole Fett, MD
Lori Fiessinger, MD                              Cathryn Sibbald, MD
Mentor: Allan Halpern, MD                        Mentor: Tina Alster, MD
Amrita Goyal, MD                                 Johanna Song, MD, MS
Mentor: Ellen Kim, MD                            Mentor: Stefanie Takahaski, MD
Julia Hobson, MD                                 Erica Tarabadkar, MD
Mentor: Matthew Lewis, MD                        Mentor: Youn Kim, MD
Laura Huang, MD                                  Cristina Thomas, MD
Mentor: Annette Wagner, MD                       Mentor: Toby Maurer, MD & Aileen Chang, MD
Thy Huynh, MD                                    Christine Totri, MD
Mentor: Emma Guttman-Yassky, MD                  Mentor: Alan Menter, MD
Mamta Jhaveri, MD, MS                            Cesar Villarreal, MD
Mentor: Reena Rupani Goyal, MD                   Mentor: Dedee Murrell, MA, BM, MD, FRCP, FACD
Yasmeen Kabir, MD                                Elizabeth Wallace, MD
Mentor: Jennifer Choi, MD                        Mentor: Emma Guttman, MD
Nour Kibbi, MD                                   Allison Weinkle, MD
Mentor: David Brodland, MD                       Mentor: Suzanne Kilmer
Christina Kraus, MD                              Carina Woodruff, MD
Mentor: Libby Edwards, MD                        Mentor: Bethanee Schlosser, MD, PhD
Walter Liszewski, MD                             Saranya Wyles, MD
Mentor: Nasim Fazel, MD                          Mentor: M. Peter Marinkovich, MD
Alicia Little, MD, PhD
Mentor: Libby Edwards, MD
Ashley Lundgren, MD
Mentor: Nina Botto, MD
Oluwatobi Ogbechie-Godec, MD
Mentor: Amy McMichael, MD, MS
Uchenna Okereke, MD
Mentor: Sanusi Umar, MD
                       This program is supported by Ortho-Dermatologics

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Program and Awards
Academic Research Award
The WDS Academic Research Awards Program provides funding for residents, post-
residency fellows, junior faculty and early-career dermatologists performing basic science
or clinical research relevant to the field of dermatology. Awards in the amount of up to
$10,000 each are awarded on a competitive basis.
PURPOSE
These awards are intended to help the recipient further his or her academic career, and
may serve as a basis for obtaining further funding.
THE 2018 ACADEMIC RESEARCH AWARD RECIPIENTS
Dawn Eichenfield, MD, PhD
UC San Diego Medical Center
Mentor: Wyniss Tom, MD
Title: Genetic Variations in Non-coding Regulatory Regions in Linear Morphea
Helena Kuhn, MD
Brown University
Mentor: Kachiu Lee, MD, MPH
Title: Leprosy Surveillance and Elimination in Kenya
Amanda Marsch, MD
UC San Diego
Mentor: Brian Hinds, MD
Title: Distribution and Clonality of the T-cell Receptor in acute GVHD

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Program and Awards
WDS/AAD International Travel Award
The Women’s Dermatologic Society and the American Academy of Dermatology provide
travel awards of up to $2,500 USD for Board Certified (or Board Eligible) dermatologists
from outside the United Sates to attend the WDS Annual Meeting Luncheon and the
American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this award is to provide support for women dermatologists from other
countries to attend the WDS Annual Meeting Luncheon, as well as the American Academy of
Dermatology’s Annual Meeting.
The WDS wishes to gratefully acknowledge the American Academy of Dermatology’s
International Affairs Committee for providing supplemental support of our 2019
International Travel Award program. By combining our own travel grant with complimentary
registration to the AAD Annual Meeting and the International Scholarship Dinner, we are
able to provide five young physicians from around the world with professional development
and networking experiences they might not otherwise have been able to enjoy.
Olusola Ayanlowo, MD – Nigeria
Iva Dediol, MD, PhD – Croatia
Franciska Geszti, MD – Hungary
Meghana Phiske, MD – India
Isha Poudel, MD – Nepal
This program is partially supported by the American Academy of Dermatology.

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Program and Awards
Procter & Gamble Science Behind Symposium Program Award Recipients
Over the past 14 years, Procter & Gamble has hosted more than 200 prominent
dermatologists in Cincinnati, OH for a two-day summit called The P&G Science Behind
Symposium (a.k.a. Dermatology Technology Symposium). This gathering of top health
professionals with leading industry scientists, researchers, and marketers serves to
inspire collaboration, innovation, and scientific exchange. The meeting’s ultimate goal is
to spur discussion about products with meaningful, measurable and noticeable benefits to
consumers and patients. The primary objectives of this program are to:
•    Learn more about cutting edge techniques and technologies being used industry-wide
     to advance skincare products and research
•    Foster collaboration and learning with leaders in the dermatology community
•    Gain insights into the science behind top skincare products and help guide patient
     recommendations
•    Network with colleagues and renowned scientists and discuss how new skincare
     technologies can better serve their patients
Physicians in attendance are guided through the science behind P&G products as well as
the latest in skin research coming out of state of the art labs - from anti-aging to sensitivity
and everything in between.
MENTEES:
Farhaan Hafeez, MD
Sheila Jalalat, MD
MENTORS:
Marlyanne Pol-Rodriguez, MD
Frankie Rholdon, MD
This program is supported by the Procter & Gamble

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Program and Awards
SKINPACT Awards 2018
Recognizing Initiatives in Dermatology
2018 Winning Projects (North America)
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION CATEGORY - EXPERT PANEL AWARD
Canadian Rheumatology and Dermatology Working Group
Project Title: The DREAM Tool: Dermatology Rheumatology Educational Tool for
Autoimmune Manifestations
Project Leader: Jan Dutz
Project Team: Stephanie Keeling, Kam Shojania, Sheila Au, Elizabeth O’Brien, Peter Green;

EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION CATEGORY - COMMUNITY VOTE AWARD
McGill University Health Centre
Project Title: Providing the Providers: an initiative to improve first line dermatology care to
aboriginal communities in Northern Quebec
Project Leader: Elizabeth O’Brien
Project Team: Johanne Morel, Fatemeh Jafarian, Kimya Hassani, Hanieh Zargham

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP CATEGORY - EXPERT PANEL AWARD
Société Camp Liberté Society
Project Title: Camp Liberté - where kids are all the same, no matter the skin they’re in
Project Leader: Danielle Marcoux
Project Team: Michele Ramien, Kirk Barber

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP CATEGORY - COMMUNITY VOTE AWARD
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Project Title: Using Telemedicine to Extend the Reach of Dermatology into the Mississippi
Delta
Project Leader: Robert T. Brodell,
Project Team: Nancye McCowan, Jasmine Hollinger, Jeremy Jackson, Leslie Partridge, Kim
Ward
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR WDS EXPERT PANELIST!
Tina Alster, MD                         Maria Hordinsky, MD
Karen Burke, MD                         Jeannette Jakus, MD
Kimberly Butterwick, MD                 Mary Maloney, MD
Doris Day, MD                           Sandra Read, MD
Ronda Farah, MD                         Rebecca Tung, MD
Mona Gohara, MD                         Wendi Wohltmann, MD
Pearl Grimes, MD                        Cyndi Yag-Howard, MD
Adelaide Hebert, MD
This program is supported by Galderma

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The WDS Board of Directors and Legacy Council wishes to thank the following donors who
have made contributions to the Women’s Dermatologic Society from 2004 to January 2019,
as shown with their cumulative WDS rose designation. We are grateful for your support and
generosity, which enables us to build a solid future for the WDS.

WDS Legacy Fund
EMERALD ROSE                     PINK ROSE                          YELLOW ROSE
($25,000-$49,999)                ($2,500-$4,999)                    ($1,000-$2,499)
Murad Alam, MD, MSCI, MBA        Harold J. Brody, MD                Diane Romayne Baker, MD
                                 Kimberly J. Butterwick, MD         Hilary E. Baldwin, MD
BLUE SAPPHIRE ROSE               Peggy Cambridge                    Cynthia Barratt
($10,000-$24,999)                Brett Malcolm Coldiron, MD         Leslie S. Baumann, MD
Rex A. Amonette, MD              Suzanne M. Connolly, MD            Erin E. Boh, MD, PhD
Diane S. Berson, MD              Jeanine B. Downie, MD, MA          Karen E. Burke, MD, PhD
Valerie D. Callender, MD         Richard L. Edelson, MD             Tamella B. Cassis, MD
Steve Clark                      Anne Egger                         Raymond L. Cornelison, Jr., MD
C. Ralph Daniel, III, MD         Patricia Farris, MD                Athena Cosmetics
Janet G. Hickman, MD             Keith A. Greathouse                Peggy S. Crawford, MD
Deirdre Hooper, MD               Adelaide A. Hebert, MD             Amy J. Derick, MD
Charles W. Stiefel, JD           Molly Hinshaw, MD                  Seemal R. Desai, MD, FAAD
RED ROSE                         Bryna Kane, MD                     Zoe Diana Draelos, MD
                                 Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD            Bob Durst, MD
($5,000-$9,999)
Tina S. Alster, MD               Kavita Mariwalla, MD               Boni E. Elewski, MD
Humberto & Erika Antunes         Barbara M. Mathes, MD              Patricia Gayle Engasser, MD
Wilma Fowler Bergfeld, MD        Elizabeth I. McBurney, MD          James O. Ertle, MD
Jean L. Bolognia, MD             Ronald R. Morris                   Diane S. Ford, MD
Cheryl M. Burgess, MD            Dedee F. Murrell, MA, BM, MD,      Ilona J. Frieden, MD
                                 FRCP, FACD                         Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD, FAAD
Jean D.A. Carruthers, MD
                                 Richard B. Odom                    Sharon A. Glick, MD
Lisa A. Garner, MD
                                 Suzanne Olbricht, MD               Diane S. Goostree
Mona Amira Gohara, MD
                                 Elise A. Olsen, MD                 Lawrence J. Green, MD
Gloria F. Graham, MD
                                 Seth Orlow, MD PhD                 C. William Hanke, MD
Pearl E. Grimes, MD
                                 Maritza I. Perez, MD               Allison Hanlon, MD, PhD
Kathleen J. Hectorne, MD
                                 Darrell S. Rigel, MD               Maria K. Hordinsky, MD
Julie A. Hodge, MD, MPH
                                 Wendy E. Roberts, MD               George J. Hruza, MD
Elizabeth Sanders Jacobson, MD
                                 Julie V. Schaffer, MD              Cheryl A. Hull, MD
Lenore Setsuko Kakita, MD
                                 Jonah Shacknai                     William D. James, MD
Mark Lebwohl, MD
                                 Denise Tanzman                     Shirley F. Jutzi
Henry W. Lim, MD
                                 Nia Katechis Terezakis, MD, FACP   David J. Leffell, MD
Mary P. Lupo, MD
                                 Carl R. Thornfeldt, MD             Tabi A. Leslie
Ginat W. Mirowski, DMD, MD
                                 Kalman Watsky                      Otavio R. Macedo, MD
Ronald L. Moy, MD
                                 Margaret A. Weiss, MD              Mary Madden
Amy S. Paller, MS, MD
                                 Robert A. Weiss, MD                Linda Susan Marcus, MD
Richard K. Scher, MD, FACP
                                 Kathleen M. Welsh, MD              Seth L. Matarasso, MD
Elizabeth Tanzi, MD
                                 Darnell Wise                       Amy J. McMichael, MD
Rebecca Clare Tung, MD
Heidi A. Waldorf, MD                                                Kappa P. Meadows, MD, FAAD
Susan H. Weinkle, MD                                                Michael E. Ming, MD, MSCE
                                                                    Gordon Montgomery, MD
                                                                    Rhoda S. Narins, MD
                                                                    Kishwer S. Nehal, MD
                                                                    Marianne N. O’Donoghue, MD
                                                                    Margaret E. Olsen, MD

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WDS Legacy Fund
Patti Pao                       Shadi Kourosh, MD, MPH               Susan Amaturo, MD
Scott Peterson                  Daniela Kroshinsky, MD, MPH          Richard Antayna
Sandra I. Read-Hill, MD         Joseph Kvedar, MD                    Roberto Antunes
Neil S. Sadick, MD, FACP        Anne E. Laumann, MBChB,              Azam Anwar, MD
David L. Schwartz, MD           MRCP(UK), FAAD                       Kelli R. Arntzen, MD
Kathryn Schwarzenberger, MD     Jacob Levitt, MD                     Suleima Ribeiro De Arruda, MD
Alan R. Shalita, MD             Janice Lima-Maribona, DO             Erik Austin, DO, MPH
Ava Shamban, MD                 Elizabeth P. B. Long, MD             Mark Avram
Jerry Shapiro, MD               Jennifer Lucas, MD                   B. R. Avruskin, MD
Mary C. Spellman, MD            Deborah MacFarlane, MD               Lynn A. Baden, MD
Adrienne Stewart, MD            Mary E. Maloney, MD                  Johannes Baensch, PhD
Elsa Maria Taicher Saunier      Lynette J. Margesson, MD             Eva M. Balash, MD
Michelle Tarbox, MD             Renee J. Mathur, MD                  Rhonda R. Baldone, MD
Selma E. Targovnik, MD          Lynn J. McKinley-Grant, MD           Benjamin Barankin, MD, FRCPC
James Selwyn Taylor, MD         Luciana Milfont Sobreira Matos, MD   Channing R. Barnett, MD
Susan C. Taylor, MD             Allison E. Nicholas Metz, MD         Bonnie Lynn Barsky, MD
Nancy R. Todes-Taylor, MD       James O’Connell                      Cynthia Bartus, MD
Virginia Toulmin                Jason Olin, PhD                      Carla Jean Bauman, MD
Nikolay Turovets, PhD           Marina Peredo, MD                    Eugene Bauer, MD
Patricia S. Walker, MD, PhD     Marcia Ramos-e-Silva, MD, PhD        Betsy B. Beers, MD
Cyndi Jill Yag-Howard, MD       Frankie Rholdon, MD                  Sheila Belkin
Ann Christine Zedlitz, MD       Phoebe Rich, MD                      Jane S. Bellet, MD
                                Nicole Elaine Rogers, MD             Elan Ben Zeen
WHITE ROSE                      Kathleen Y. Sawada, MD               Latanya T. Benjamin, MD
($500-$999)                     Bethanee J. Schlosser, MD, PhD       Angela Bennett
Douglas Abel                    Roberta D. Sengelmann, MD,           Daniel D. Bennett, MD
Wendy Adams                     FACMS                                Michele C. Bennett
Lisa L. Anderson, MD            Daniel M. Siegel, MD, MS             Danette D. Bentley, MD
Maryam M. Asgari, MD, MPH       Sharleen St. Surin-Lord, MD          Melissa Ben-Yoseph
Elizabeth Brennan               Jeff Taub                            Timothy G. Berger, MD
Vivian W. Bucay, MD             Ella L. Toombs, MD                   Robert & Sally Berman
Roxane Chabot                   Rochelle Torgerson, MD, PhD          Paul Berns
David H. Ciocon                 Christine Baran Warren, MD           Vince Bertucci, MD
Martha Laurin Council, MD       Luitgard Gisela Wiest, MD            Jeanette M. Black, MD
Sue Ellen Cox, MD               Carmen Myrie Williams, MD            Francois Blanchette
Doris Day, MD, PC               Ashley Wysong, MD, MS                Marianna L. Blyumin-Karasik, MD
Vincent Anthony DeLeo, MD       Larissa Zaulyanov Scanlan, MD        Naana Boakye, MD
Lynn A. Drake, MD               Qian Zheng                           Tanja Gizela Bohl, MBBS, FACD
William Howard Eaglstein, MD                                         Ralph T. Bohrer
Paul Efremkin, PhD              GOLD ROSE (UP TO $499)
                                George Abraham                       Susan Boiko, MD, FAAP, FAAD
Alison Ehrlich, MD, MHS                                              Marcos Bonassi, MD
                                Lindsay S. Ackerman, MD
Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD                                               Ellen Borowka
                                Gurpreet Ahluwalia, PhD
Shawna A. Flanagan, MD                                               Marie-Louise Bots
                                Farah K. Ahmed
Hassan I. Galadari, MD                                               Angela T. Boyd
                                Nicole Akers
Sharon Foster Gardepe, MD                                            Jonith Y. Breadon, MD
                                Rhoda Alani, MD
Anita C. Gilliam, MD, PhD                                            Rex Bright
                                Afsaneh Alavi, MD, FRCPC
Jane M. Grant-Kels, MD                                               Patricia C. Brown, MD
                                Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas,
Sharon Horton, MD               MD, PhD                              J. Dea Browning, APRN-BC, MSN,
Sarah Lauren C. Hughey, MD      Andrew F. Alexis, MD, MPH            DNC
Niquette Hunt                   Kristen Aloupis                      Jan Brydon, MD
Sarah C. Jackson, MD            Fatma Sibel Alper                    Anne E. Burdick, MD, MPH
James Kone, Jr.                 Emily M. Altman, MD, FAAD            Rebecca L. Bushong, MD

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WDS Legacy Fund
Marilyn Byrne                   Jennifer Desimone, MD                Linda M. Globerman, MD
Jeffrey Phillip Callen, MD      Tom Devine                           Robyn Squeo Gmyrek, MD
Kim Campbell                    Christine A. Dewitt, MD              Carolyn Goh, MD
Marilyn R. Capek, MD            Brenda Jean Dintiman, MD             Mitchel Paul Goldman, MD
Casey A. Carlos, MD, PhD        Lisa M. Donofrio, MD                 Michele J. Gonzalez, MD
Janet J. Cash, MD               Marcia S. Driscoll, MD, PharmD       Heather Goodchild
Carrie Caulkins-Mier, PhD       Anagha Jaideep Dudhbhate, MD         Annette J. Gottlieb, MD
Christine Cazeau, MD            Kathy Duerdoth                       Sahar Ghannam, MD
Roger I. Ceilley, MD            Karen E. Edison, MD                  Linda Graham, MD
Tania F. Cestari, MD, PhD       Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD          Richard D. Granstein, MD
Jinan Chaarani, MD              Nada M. Elbuluk, MD, MSc             Leslie C. Gray, MD
Anne Lynn S. Chang, MD          Charles N. Ellis, MD                 Marisa Green
Elizabeth Chao, MD, PhD         Sarina Elmanah                       Fred Gretch
Nancy N. Chemtob                Michelle Mize Emery, MD              Elizabeth Ball Grieshaber, MD
Lisa Chipps, MD                 Roselyn E. Epps                      Gail Grossman
Elvira Chiritescu, MD           Nancy Burton Esterly, MD             Ana Lucia Gualda Recio
Annie Chiu, MD                  Leigh Ellen Eubanks, MD              Anna Demirdjian Guanche, MD
Yvonne E. Chiu, MD              Rebecca Lee Euwer, MD                Holly Jeanette Wimpee Gunn, MD
Jennifer N. Choi, MD            Sabrina Guillen Fabi, MD             Elizabeth K. Hale, MD
Emily Y. Chu, MD, PhD           Sara Faleri, MD                      Carrie Ann Hallett Hall, MD
Tomoko Maeda Chubachi, MD,      Ronda Farah, MD                      Letty Hall
PhD, MBA                        Tammie Ferringer, MD                 Cecelia L. Hamilton, MD
Giovanna Ciocca, MD             Kevin Fickenscher, Sr., MD           K. Renee Hamlet, MD
Sean T. Clark                   Debra Fine                           William Hand
Mildred M. Clifton, MD          Nina Myerson Fisher, MD              Evangeline B. Handog, MD
Michele Clooney                 Laurie & Andrew Fishman              Julie Claire Harper, MD
Clay J. Cockerell, MD           Sharon, Marshall, Br Fishman         John E. Harris
George Cohen                    Brian R. Foard                       Laurie Harris
Yoon Cohen, DO                  Rutledge Forney, MD                  Miles David Harrison
Oscar R. Colegio, MD, PhD       Diane Foster                         Danielle Hartigh
Karen Collishaw                 Joyce Naness Fox, MD                 Rebecca I. Hartman, MD, MPH
Gene Colon                      William & Carol Fox                  Adrienne M. Haughton, MD
Jody Comstock, MD               Evie Frangomihalos, MD               Candrice R. Heath, MD
George Cotsarelis               Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD        Jennifer Hebert, MD
Catherine Ann Cotterman, MD     Lynn Friedman                        Edward R. Heilman, MD
Joanne Courtenay-Hooey          Robert J. Friedman, MD               Jennifer Rose Hensley, MD
E. Patrick Creehan, MD          Rachel Friedman-Birnbaum, MD         Courtney R. Herbert, MD, MPH
Emilie Croissant                Wesley King Galen, MD                Alysa R. Herman, MD
Terry A. Cronin, Jr., MD        Jodi Eisner Ganz, MD                 Alexandra W. Hickman
Quita V. Cruciger, MD           Marisa Garshick, MD                  Shari Hicks-Graham, MD
Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, MD   Maria Cecilia Garzon, MD             Anita Highton, MD
Karen Curzi, MD                 Ellen Gendler, MD                    Deborah C. Hilton, MD
Melissa P. Daniel, PhD          Marguerite A. Germain, MD            Andy & Karen Hirschberg
Jennifer David, DO, MBA         Roy Geronemus, MD                    Bette Hisiger
Ronald S. Davis, MD             Dina Gerson                          Sophie L. Hofstader, MD
Rachel Dean, MD                 Barbara Ann Gilchrest, MD            Brandon Hokenstad
Eileen Matilda Deignan, MD      Anne S. Gillman                      Kate Z. Holcomb, MD
Marie-France Demierre, MD       Jason D. Givan                       Nancy S. House, MD
Kwame S. Denianke, MD           Julie Akiko Gladsjo, MD, PhD, FAAD   Elizabeth Bahar Houshmand, MD
Darryl Dennis, MD               Dee Anna Glaser, MD                  Amy Amonette Huber, MD
Amalie S. Derdeyn, MD           Bradley Glassman                     Alexandra Huertas
Ann M. Deren-Lewis              Brad P. Glick, DO, MPH               Andrea Hui, MD

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Shannon Humphrey, MD              Felisa S. A. Lewis, MD         Amy Elaine Newburger, MD
William D. Humphries              Wendy Lewis                    Matilda Nicholas, MD, PhD
Stacey Gambrell Hunt, MD          Wilson Liao, MD                Kim M. Nichols, MD
Joe Hurley                        Barbara T. Licznerski, MD      Nur Nicholson
Vincent Ippolito                  Christopher Ligi               Thomas Nicrotri
Brooke A. Jackson, MD, FAAD       Lana Louise Long, MD           David Albert Norris, MD
Carolyn I. Jacob, MD              Mildred Lopez Pineiro          Antoinette P. Notaro, MD
Sharon E. Jacob, MD               Christine Poblete Lopez, MD    Amanda M.M. Oakley, MBChB,
Ellen Russell Jacobson, MD        Torello Lotti, MD              FRACP
Jill Javahery, MD                 Porcia Bradford Love, MD       Edit B. Olasz Harken, MD, PhD
Kimble Jenkins                    Chere Lucas Anthony, MD        Maureen A. Olivier, MD
Beverly A. Johnson, MD            Elaine & Neil Lukow            Marie Olsen
Marie-Louise Johnson, MD          Rebecca B. Luria, MD           Cynthia L. Olson, MD
Kay A. Johnston, MD               Jennifer L. MacGregor, MD      Oge C. Onwudiwe, MD
Teri A. Kahn, MD                  Janet Lynn Maldonado, MD       Chinwe LC Onyekonwu, MD
Charlene V. Kakimoto, MD          Angela Mameri                  Arisa Elena Ortiz, MD
Vicki Kalabokes                   Claire P. Mansur, MD           Julia Konerding Padgett, MD
Jane F. Kardashian, MD            Cecilia Marasigan              Melanie Dawn Palm, MD
Julie K. Karen, MD                Branka Marinovic, MD, PhD      Daniel Palmerton
Joel Kassimir, MD                 Ellen S. Marmur, MD            Amit G. Pandya, MD
Mark D. Kaufmann, MD              Beverly Marsh                  Ricardo Paniagua, MD, PhD
Rebecca Kazin, MD                 Elizabeth Shannon Martin, MD   Susan R. Pardee, MD
Amy E. Kim, MD                    Lyle Martin                    Eric Park
Alexandra Boer Kimball, MD, MPH   Elena Martinho, MD             Brenda Pellicane, MD
Brett A. King, MD, PhD            Stephen Henry Mason, MD        Michelle Pennie, MD
Amy Kirschenbaum                  Stan & Diane Mayer             Betsy Nell Perry Thacker, MD
Eileen Cantor Kitces, MD          Tiffany Taylor Mayo, MD        Barbara Pestana
Marla M. Klein, MD                Anne Kathryn McBride, MD       Tania R. Peters, MD
Jeff Knight                       Mojo McDaniel, MBA             Terri Phillips
Heidi H. Kong, MD, MHSc           Michel A. McDonald, MD         Tony Piacenti
Nellie Konnikov, MD               Jonelle K. McDonnell, MD       Melissa Peck Piliang, MD
Katarzyna Koster, Pharmacist      Bruce C. McGeorge, MD          Susan Marie Poelman, MD, MSc
Anja Krammer                      Susan Teri McGillis, MD        Jo Polich
Dory Kranz                        Jill McGonigle                 Miriam Keltz Pomeranz, MD
George Kroumpouzos, MD, PhD,      Jennifer M. McNiff             Rainer Pooth
FAAD                              Ginger S. Mentz, MD            Jennifer Levin Popovsky, MD
Louis Kuchnir                     Ahou Meydani, MD               Helene & Mark Popowsky
Roopal V. Kundu, MD               Caren F. Mikesh, MD            Emily M. Powell
Joy Kunishige, MD                 Cindy & Ken Miller & Family    Heidi Belle Prather, MD
Bernice Y. Kwong                  Elaine K. Miller, DO           Vera H. Price, MD, FRCP
Angela Kyei, MD                   Stacey Moore                   Mark Prygocki
Marina Landau, MD                 Allison J. Moosally, MD        Tanya Pushkine
Tanda N. Lane, MD                 Susan Moss                     Phoebe E. Rabbin, MD
David A. Laub, MD                 Michelle Mulvey                Sharon Smith Raimer, MD
Naomi Lawrence, MD                Jenny E. Murase, MD            Vidya Rajpara, MD
Keaton Lawson                     Carol Nadel                    Anne Marie Ramsdell, MD
Rossitza Lazova, MD               Usha Nagavarapu                Desiree Ratner, MD
Dorene Lebowitz                   Virginie Naigeon               Parisa Ravanfar, MD
Kyndra Lee                        Maithily A. Nandedkar, MD      Kelley Pagliai Redbord, MD
Julie Anne Letsinger, MD          Heather Nase                   Jennifer Reed
Alyson Andreasen Levine, MD       Karen B. Nern, MD, MBA         Paul Rehder
Vicki J. Levine, MD               Mark Steven Nestor, MD, PhD    Wingfield E. Rehmus, MD, MPH

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