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Women in Wellness: ReCharge, RePower, ReNew

  • 08 Jun 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater
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Working Women of Tampa Bay is kicking off a new series called Women in Wellness. Our first event is " Your Brain: ReCharge, RePower, ReNew" at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Discover the power of YOU to bring balance, vitality, and joy into your life.

Thanks to César A. Lara MDThe Doctor WhispererduPont REGISTRY, The Mommy Spot Tampa Bay and Integrative Wellness Solutions for sponsoring!

Three of Tampa Bay’s leading female physicians with decades of experience in the fields of neurosurgery, psychiatry, personal coaching, and integrative medicine will reveal fascinating secrets about the brain’s unlimited capacity to change and adapt.

A Networking reception with appetizers, wine and wellness exhibitors will kick off the evening with the speakers to follow.

About Our Speakers:

Ann Park, M.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist, executive coach, and personal coach who specializes in working with women. She attended Duke University as an undergraduate, completed her medical degree at Emory University, and did her psychiatry residency at Cornell University where she served as Chief Resident. Ann coaches executives from national and global organizations, as well as individual clients, to develop their leadership and emotional intelligence skills. She helps her clients achieve emotional wellness, including treatment of any anxiety or depression that may be in the way. Through coaching, she works with women to strengthen their key relationships, and build their best work-life balance.  

Stacey Robinson, M.D. is board-certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine. She received her medical degree from Tulane University on an Air Force scholarship and completed her residency at Travis Air Force Base. She proudly served in the Air Force from 1996-2003, serving as medical director of the MacDill Primary Care Clinic, caring for our troops, their families, and retired service members. In 2008, she opened Robinson MD in St. Petersburg FL so she could care for patients in a more thorough, individualized way. Her mission is to empower and inspire you to achieve your best health. 

Carrie Shulman, MD is board-certified in Neurologic Surgery and specializes in minimally-invasive surgery of the brain and spine. She currently practices at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater FL. She received her medical degree from Howard University in Washington D.C, and post-graduate training in neurosurgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. There, she earned a Meritorious Service Award and the position of Chief Resident, and has the distinction of being the first and only woman to complete Walter Reed's residency program. In 2007, she was promoted to Chief of Neurosurgery at Tripler Air Force Base in Hawaii. In her final year of service, Dr. Shulman served a tour of duty in Iraq. In her capacity as a Neurosurgical Director for Operation Iraqi Freedom, she managed cases throughout the Iraqi Theater of Operations, and also taught Iraqi doctors how to perform emergency neurosurgical procedures. 

Moderated by Barbara Bourland, MD, retired board-certified radiologist specializing in breast cancer detection. Founder of the Susan Cheek Needler Breast Center at Morton Plant Mease Health Care, the Pinellas Mammography Voucher Program, and the Suncoast Chapter of the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Barbara now devotes significant time in retirement to sharing simple, easy-to-implement strategies that address the root cause of why we age, fall ill, and lose our zest for life.

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