A former Michigan Medicine Otolaryngology resident details his work towards building a more equitable future for medicine.
We are living in trying times that often test our hope for the future. However, we can improve our outlook by investing in current and future generations by providing mentorship, advocacy and representation to those that need it.
The need for positive leadership is especially pressing given the state of the world, which is highlighted by the social and political unrest and recent widespread appreciation of systemic racism and inequality. Not only as a doctor, but also as a Black man, I am dedicated to providing hope, education and inspiration to others.