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Karen Clark, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
Happy Spring to you all. It was a long, difficult winter, but we
are looking forward to better days ahead. This spring is also the
time for me to reflect over the past 5 years as first, Governor
Elect and then Governor of our Chapter. What a great experience
this has been! I have learned so much and met so many wonderful
people. Thank you all for allowing me to have this opportunity.
I would like to thank a few individuals by name for their help
and support. First, I would like to thank Karen
Frazier. Karen has been the glue holding our chapter
together through 3 Governors. She will certainly be missed, but we
wish her well as she moves on to new challenges. I would also like
to thank Judy Spahr. Most of you won't recognize
this name, but Judy is our Chapter Liason. Judy has advised me and
kept me on track for 5 years in her role with the national ACP
organization. She provides invaluable support and is another
crucial component to the success of this chapter. Another
individual who deserves special thanks is Dr.
Turner. He mentored me during my Governor Elect year and
worked with me each year after, helping, advising and providing
much needed support. Dr's Khakoo and
Latos have also been key advisors for me in this
At our last Chapter Scientific Meeting I was able to thank all
my program chairs, but I would like to add them to the list of
people to thank for contributions above and beyond! Laura
Davisson, Eva Patton-Tackett, Mary Ann Riley and
Sarah Sofka, thank you so much. You each did a
fabulous job and we all benefitted from your hard work. I would
like to thank Ron and Beth
Pellegrino for their fabulous work in bringing SEP modules
to our meeting. I am looking forward to participating in these
sessions for years to come. I am not going to try to name everyone
who has been involved in the abstract competitions over the years
or the "Jeopardy" competitions, but know that your work
has been greatly appreciated. Last, but certainly not least, a
shout out to my family for allowing me the time to pursue this
I am looking forward to seeing all of you at the Spring IM
meeting in Boston, April 30- May 2, 2015. As you know, this is the
Centennial Celebration year for the College and as such there are
many exciting programs planned.
The Internal Medicine Meeting will be held April April
30 - May 2 in Boston, MA. Choose from more than 200 CME
courses in internal medicine and the subspecialties presented by
faculty unsurpassed in their fields.
In preparation for this Centennial celebration, each Chapter was
asked to submit some highlights. Here is what I submitted on our
I am very proud of our history, but find that we really don't
have it well documented. If any of you have important historical
information regarding the chapter, please email it to me. My plan
is to use this information to help Dr. Dorsey create a history
section on our web site that will highlight who we are.
Finally, please remember that we would like to have a presence
at Leadership Day. Please contact Dr. Dorsey, or me if you are
interested in attending.
The 23rd annual Leadership Day on Capitol Hill will be held on
May 20-21 at the Westin Washington D.C. City Center, 1400 M Street,
NW, in Washington, D.C.
See additional information about Leadership Day 2015 on the
Again, thank you all for a wonderful 5 years. I look forward to
working with our new Governor, Dr. Tom Dorsey and
to seeing you all again soon.