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  • Kat Ogle

    Assistant Professor

    George Washington University

    Dr. Ogle is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University. She is a former RN and first-generation college graduate and physician. She is engaged in medical student, resident and fellow education. Her roles include Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Executive Chair of the Clinical Competency Committee for the residency, leading the Medical Education and Leadership Scholarly Concentration as well as Clinician as a Medical Educator course. She co-founded her department’s women’s professional development group,. She’s also been actively involved in AWAEM and SAEM as the Didactics chair from 2018-2020 and is now the VP of Education for AWAEM. As co-chair of the AWAEM Task Force on women’s groups, they developed the AWAEM Toolkit 2020 Edition as a resource for women in academic emergency medicine. She’s working closely with the leadership of SCUF as the chair of the Accreditation Documents Task Force, a group preparing resources for all AEMUS programs to use in preparation for US fellowship accreditation through EUFAC. Her professional interests include point of care ultrasound, medical education, mentorship, female leadership and promotion. She balances her academic and professional responsibilities with her role as a single mom.
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    Wendy Sun, MD

    SAEM-RAMS Board President

    Yale - New Haven Health

    Dr. Wendy Sun is a PGY-3 at Yale - New Haven Health. She currently serves as the SAEM RAMS Board President. Wendy is passionate about increasing diversity within Emergency Medicine, Patient Safety, and Health Innovation. She grew up in Toronto, received her BS in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University and MD from Virginia Commonwealth University. In her spare time, she enjoys paddle boarding.
  • Taylor Stavely

    Emory University School of Medicine

    Dr. Taylor Stavely, MD is an Instructor at Emory University School of Medicine. She is an active member of the Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM), serving as the resident Executive Committee Member (2020-2021) and the Didactic Committee Co-Chair (2021 to present). Dr. Stavely is the faculty co-chair of Emory’s women in emergency medicine mentorship group.  Her research is focused upon the relationship between gender and professional development in academic medicine.
  • Pooja Agrawal, MD, MPH

    Assistant Professor and the Director of Global Health Education

    Yale School of Medicine

    Dr. Agrawal is the Immediate-Past President of the Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM), an entity within SAEM, dedicated to enhancing the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in Emergency Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor and the Director of Global Health Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University. Dr. Agrawal’s academic research focuses on refugees and other displaced populations. She studies issues specific to forced migration and aims to implement sustainable interventions to affect the challenges these populations face. She is currently investigating health literacy, healthcare access and long term health outcomes of resettled refugees in the US. Dr. Agrawal holds a faculty appointment in the Yale School of Medicine and Yale Center for Asylum Medicine and is on the Board of Directors of Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS), the refugee resettlement agency in New Haven, Connecticut. 
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    Hannah Hughes, MD, MBA

    Assistant Professor

    University of Cincinnati

    Dr. Hannah Hughes, MD, MBA is an Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati (UC) where she also completed residency and was a Chief Resident.  She currently serves as the Assistant Medical DIrector of UC's Center for Emergency Care and Immediate Past President of EMRA.  Hannah graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism Honor Society distinctions from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and earned her MBA from UCLA's Anderson School of Management.
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    Jasmyne Patel, MD

    Resident Chair of AWAEM

    Emory University

    Dr. Jasmyne Patel, MD is a PGY-3 and Chief Resident at the Emory University Emergency Medicine residency program. She currently serves as the Resident Chair of AWAEM. Her interests include administration, education, and the promotion of women in medicine.