****recorded in March 2021****
This episode features Dr. Janice Bonsu, a recent graduate of The Ohio State College of Medicine. Soon after this recording, she became a PGY-1 in orthopedic surgery at Emory College of Medicine, where she is the first Black woman to become a part of their program! Hear her discuss the various major academic leadership positions she's held, the lessons she's learned along the way, and how she plans to pay it forward.
- Interview: Introduction
- Who are you?
- How did you get to where you are sitting right now?
- High School
- Medical School
- Interview Topic #2: Leadership
- What does leadership mean to you?
- You have held many esteemed leadership roles, many of which have given you the opportunity to be an advocate that many, especially minorities are not privy to; can you take us through your leadership journey and some of the cool opportunities you've been able to have?
- What perspectives do you feel are often missing in rooms and spaces of leadership? (i.e. seats at the table)
- Interview Topic #3: Military Service
- Question #1: Can you tell us more about your enlisting in the Air Force? What motivated you to serve your country?
- Question #2: What did the Match mean for you?
- Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Where can we find you?
- Where can we follow you?