Board of Directors

Cecilia
Executive Director: Cecilia Sorensen M.D. is the founder of the organization and is currently a resident physician at Denver Health Medical Center.  Her areas of interest include: Pediatric nutrition, Infectious Disease and Women’s Health.
Natalie
Secretary: Natalie Beaty M.D. is a a resident physician at Psychiatry at John Hopkins University hospital.  Her interests include trauma, community health, and preventative medicine, specifically centered in low-resource and impoverished areas.
Joyce
Joyce Varkey is a student at Drexel University College of Medicine, in the combined BS/MD program. She graduated from Drexel University in 2009 with a BS in Psychology. Joyce is a native of Kerala, India and is looking forward to helping the Bush Medicine Partnership with family medicine initiatives.  This year, she is studying clinical medicine through Child Health International in India.
Carine
Carine-Ange Tagni M.D. is a resident physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cooper University hospital.  Her goal is to help address the high risk of mortality that mothers face when giving birth in limited resource settings. With Bush Medicine Partnership she aims to partake in the implementation of strategies to improve maternal and newborn health in under-served communities worldwide.
Michele
Treasurer: Michele Sorensen has over twenty-five years financial experience with non-profit and for-profit corporations. She has been Treasurer of the Women’s Center and Shelter of Pittsburgh; Administrative Vice President of Vistech Corporation, responsible for all corporate financial matters. She is a 1971 graduate of Mount Holyoke College with a BA in Geography, and a 1976 graduate of Harvard University Graduate School of Business (MBA).
Danielle
Danielle Fine M.Dis a resident physician in Internal Medicine at Beth Isreal Deaconess Hospital in Boston MA. She plans to be an advocate for populations that do not have access to adequate health care by carrying out social epidemiological research and implementing public health programs.