Sheryl Katzanek, BA, is the director of the Patient Advocacy and Domestic Violence Programs at Boston Medical Center. She received her BA from Boston University with a concentration in international relations and Russian. She is interested in end-of-life care and reframing the concept of futility. Sheryl was a 2012 nominee for the Kenneth B. Schwartz Compassionate Caregiver Award.
Sam D. Kim, DMin, MDiv, is the senior minister at 180 Church NYC. He received his DMin in ethical leadership at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, exploring pervasive and adaptive issues in the emotional ecology in the soul of the leader. He conducted further research at Yale School of Medicine, exploring professional burnout among caregivers.
Jill Manning, MPH, is an associate chair for the Partners Healthcare Human Research Committees, the institutional review board (IRB) for several network hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She received her BA from McGill University and her MPH from Boston University. She is interested in the bioethical considerations of human subjects research. Jill is the recipient of the 2015 Health Law, Bioethics, & Human Rights Capstone Prize from Boston University.
Sarah Stoneking, MD, is the chief internal medical resident at Cambridge Health Alliance. She received both her BA with a major in chemistry, minors in anthropology and music, and her MD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is interested in bioethical problems that arise in the care of communities who live with chronic psychiatric and medical illness, substance use, as well as those that arise in the process of engaging medical trainees.