KD COACH LLC IS A HIGH-QUALITY ACADEMIC COACHING BUSINESS THAT CREATES A SAFE, WARM, AND EFFECTIVE SPACE TO UNLOCK THE INTELLIGENCE, CREATIVITY, AND POTENTIAL OF WOMEN OF COLOR IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE.
Dr. Kemi Doll is an academic coach for womxn of color faculty in academic medicine. Kemi works to help early career ambitious faculty transition out of trainee mindset so they can develop self-leadership skills to build a strong foundation for a successful and nourishing career. Kemi is most passionate about unlocking the intelligence, creativity, and passion of women of color because she understands that is one way we will remake this world.
Dr. Doll is from Atlanta, GA and completed a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University. She then attended medical school at Columbia University where she earned a number of awards for academic achievement and humanism in medicine. She completed OBGYN residency training at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, IL, and went on to complete subspecialty training in Gynecologic Oncology at the University of North Carolina
Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Research from the UNC School of Public Health. Her research centers on examining Black-White racial inequity in the care of benign and malignant gynecologic disease in the US. Her research has been funded by the NIH, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study racial disparity in endometrial cancer and benign hysterectomy. She is the co-founder of ECANA, the Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans (ecanawomen.org).
Kemi has been featured in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA Network Open, American Journal of Public Health, as well as lay press (SELF Magazine, Mother Jones, BET). She was recognized as a NMQF Top 40 Under 40 Leader in Minority Health in 2020. With a proven track record of success, Kemi hopes to empower early career faculty across the country to new levels of freedom, joy, and transformation in their academic careers.
During this session, Dr. Doll will discuss how to own, protect, and execute on your value.
• Transition out of trainee mindset
• Strategize to align your work with your value
• Understand the real secret behind avoiding burnout
• Develop your self-leadership team
A non-negotiable aspect to taking leadership of your career is being able to control your time - specifically being accurate with your productivity capacity so you can plan short and long term goals without constantly falling behind. In this workshop we cover mindset and strategy to help your faculty break free from the never-ending to-do list.
- The missing mindset ingredient to any productivity strategy
- How to accurately budget your time no matter the task
- The 2 enduring productivity pitfalls, and how to avoid them
At the crux of creating a successful and nourishing academic career is decision making. Success of every project, big or small, relies on a series of decisions. In this workshop, faculty learn the process of how to shift from procrastination and outsourcing to confident, consistent high-quality decisions in their careers.
- Diagnose how trainee mindset hampers your growth
- Learn how to assemble a 'No committee'
- Understand the anatomy of a high-quality decision
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