Meredith Feldman, BS
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Meredith Feldman graduated from Cabrini University with her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, has a graduate certificate in leadership, and is currently working on her master’s degree in management. She spent the first twelve years of her professional career as a kindergarten teacher, and in 2015 she started a new career as an administrative assistant for the graduate medical education department at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2018, Meredith began working as the program coordinator for the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Meredith has been on the steering committee for the Program Coordinator Association at CHOP since 2019, serves as a member on the Graduate Medical Education Executive Committee Program Development Subcommittee, and is also the president of the Organization of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Program Coordinators, which she founded in 2020.
BS in Elementary Education - Cabrini University, Radnor, PA
2019-present, Program Coordinator Association, Steering Committee
2019-present, Graduate Medical Education Executive Committee Program Development Subcommittee
2020-present, Organization of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Program Coordinators, President & Founder
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