Title:Called to Lead

Author: Patti North
Date Published: June 27, 2023

With the recent launch of Called to Be: The Campaign for Georgetown, community members throughout the university have been considering what the campaign theme means to them, on a personal and professional level. Georgetown Health Magazine recently spoke with Georgetown’s health deans to gather their reflections.

edward healton

“I am called to cultivate an environment that fosters discovery and education leading to equitable improvements in human health.”

Edward B. Healton, M.D., MPH
Executive Vice President for Health Sciences

roberta waite

“I’m called to be a bold and courageous leader.”

Roberta Waite, Ed.D., R.N., PMHCNS, ANEF, FAAN
Dean, School of Nursing

lee jones

“I’m called to be someone who fights for equity, justice, and inclusion.”

Lee Jones, M.D.
Dean for Medical Education; Professor of Psychiatry; Georgetown University School of Medicine

christopher j king

“I’m called to be the change I want to see in the world.”

Christopher J. King, Ph.D., MHSc, FACHE
Dean, School of Health

louis m weiner

“I am called to be a change agent and to help make the world better by doing work that matters, has impact, and brings with it struggle, satisfaction, and the joy of doing something well.”

Louis M. Weiner, M.D.
Director, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

Anna T. Riegel

“I am called to be an advocate for biomedical science, research, and education by emphasizing its pivotal importance in our world.”

Anna T. Riegel, Ph.D.
Interim Vice President, Biomedical Education and Research

Learn more about the Called to Be campaign

at calledtobe.georgetown.edu

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