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WiSH Seminar Series - Amy Gottlieb, MD

Dr. Amy Gottlieb
Chief Faculty Development Officer, Baystate Health
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
UMass Chan Medical School-Baystate

Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine: Identifying Drivers of Inequity and Devising Solutions

December 9. 2021
4:00 p.m. Central Time


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Continuing Education Information
This program is approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. 

Amy S. Gottlieb, MD, FACP is Professor of Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology and the inaugural Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at University of Massachusetts Medical School’s regional campus in Springfield, MA.  As Chief Faculty Development Officer at Baystate Health, she also holds a vice president-level role in a large-diversified health system in western Massachusetts.  Dr. Gottlieb joined the executive leadership team of University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate in 2015 to help establish the new regional medical school focused on population health.  Prior to that, she was on faculty at Brown University for ten years where she served in numerous educational, clinical, and administrative leadership roles.  Dr. Gottlieb received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Harvard University and her medical degree from the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine.  She completed a residency in General Internal Medicine at Brown.  Prior to entering Medicine, Dr. Gottlieb worked in Corporate Finance.  She is currently Chair-Elect of the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Group on Women in Medicine and Science Steering Committee and former Chair of the Society of General Internal Medicine’s Women and Medicine Commission.  She is also the founder of the Society’s Career Advising Program, a sponsorship initiative for women faculty that has engaged over 350 participants nationwide since 2013 and for which she received the 2020 Elnora M. Rhodes Service Award, symbolizing the highest level of service to the organization.  Dr. Gottlieb has led national initiatives to address salary equity and to encourage organizational leaders to pay attention to workplace practices in recruiting, hiring, evaluation, and promotion that inadvertently benefit men and disadvantage women. Her book, Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine: A Roadmap for Healthcare Organizations and the Women Physicians Who Work for Them, was published by Springer in early 2021.