Episode 32: Barbara Ross-Lee D.O.
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In this episode I have the privilege of interviewing Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee, a woman who’s accolades include building a successful family practice in the 70’s, a time  when it was difficult both as a woman and as an African American to becoming the first woman of color to hold the position of Dean at an American Medical School.  

Dr. Lee tells us about growing up in Detroit as the eldest daughter of a large family, her discovery of osteopathy and her amazing life’s journey which led her to the dean’s position at two osteopathic schools Ohio University’s Heritage COM and NYIT- COM

We know that you will be inspired by Dr. Ross-Lee’s exceptional journey.

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