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Community Leadership  


College of American Pathologists (CAP)

Chair of the Practice Management Committee, Former Member of the CAP Board

The CAP is a member-based physician organization founded in 1946 comprising approximately 18,000 board-certified pathologists. It serves patients, pathologists, and the public by fostering and advocating best practices in pathology and laboratory medicine.

College of American Pathologists Foundation (CAPF)

Member of the Governance Committee, Former President of the CAP Foundation

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The CAP Foundation fosters the next generation of pathology leaders and provides quality care to underserved communities. The Foundation connects pathologists directly to patients in need through its See, Test & Treat® program, educates tomorrow’s pathology leaders by awarding scholarships and grants, and empowers pathologists to deliver innovations that improve patient care and strengthen the specialty.


American Pathology Foundation (APF)


APF is a non-profit professional society devoted to the business and management of pathology. The Foundation focuses on providing quality educational programs and practice management resources for its members.



Vice Chair, Board of Trustees

As the largest volunteer-driven, non-profit health and education program in the nation, 9Health:365 gives Colorado residents critical tools needed for health.

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