ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership alum profiled in magazine
October 22, 2018
Dr. Christina Rosenthal was featured in Black Enterprise magazine, a publication that covers African-American businesses and entrepreneurs.
The 2010-11 graduate of the ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership was profiled for the mentorship program she launched to create more African-American health care professionals.
Dr. Rosenthal, a private practice owner in Memphis, Tennessee, is the founder of Determined to be a Doctor Someday (DDS), a program that provides mentorship and resources to Memphis-area high school students who wish to obtain doctorate degrees. She created the program as her project of the ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership. Dr. Rosenthal was also among 60 members of the 2017 Presidential Leadership Scholars.
To read the article, visit blackenterprise.com/mentorship-black-healthcare-professionals
. To read about Dr. Rosenthal in the ADA News, visit ADA.org/en/publications/ada-news/2017-archive/february/2017-presidential-leadership-scholars