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Kiera serves as a primary contact for inquiries from international visitors pursuing additional medical training at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). She coordinates the application and intake process for Global Pediatric Medical Education applicants and helps them prepare for their arrival to Philadelphia.
Prior to joining CHOP in 2019, Kiera worked as a healthcare claims auditor where she analyzed claims data to identify and recover improper payments. While in college, Kiera spent time studying abroad in Europe and Africa. Kiera also interned for non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. where she worked on projects to assist with leadership training initiatives for the youth in conflict-affected Sub-Saharan African countries in collaboration with the United States government.
Kiera brings her ability to effectively communicate with people from diverse backgrounds, international interest and her collaborative work style to support CHOP’s mission to advance healthcare for children around the world.
Currently, she is a student at Widener University Delaware Law School pursuing her Juris Doctorate.
BA - Political Science-International Relations; Double Minor Spanish and Geography, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, West Chester, PA
Juris Doctor Candidate*, Widener University Delaware Law School, Wilmington, DE
Global Pediatric Education Coordinator
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