Latham-Sadler Wins National Award for Distinguished Service

Brenda Latham-Sadler, MD, has been selected as the 2010 winner of the National Association of Medical Minority Educator's Award (NAMME) for Distinguished Service in the Health Field.

Latham-Sadler is an Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Assistant Dean for Student Services, and Director of Diversity and Development Initiatives at Wake Forest School of Medicine.

She unanimously won the award very capably demonstrating distinguished service in the health field to minority and disadvantaged citizens; excellence in the practice of medicine; a demonstrated commitment to the health of minority and disadvantaged citizens; an exemplary record of financial support of programs that undergird minority access and retention; and a demonstrated commitment to equal opportunity practice and goals of law relating to minorities.

Candidates were required to demonstrate service excellence in only one of the areas mentioned above; Latham-Sadler documents a mastery of all requirements. (Read more about Dr. Latham-Sadler's Award.
Last Updated: 10-12-2010
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