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#128: Being a Transformational Leader during the Covid-19 Pandemic featuring Dr. Kevin Sneed

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#128: Being a Transformational Leader during the Covid-19 Pandemic featuring Dr. Kevin Sneed

December 22, 2021

#128: Being a Transformational Leader during the Covid-19 Pandemic featuring Dr. Kevin Sneed

In this episode, we talk with our special guest Dr. Kevin Sneed, a tenured Professor and the founding Dean of the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.

Kevin shares his WE-CARE (Workgroup Enhancing Community Advocacy and Research Engagement) program, which helps to improve health outcomes among minority populations, increases research participation, and builds connections and trust between the community and researchers.

He also mentions his partnership with different organizations like American Heart Association and REACHUP, Inc that educates African American and Latino communities on how to understand the coronavirus and prepare for the vaccine, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic.

We also talk about the impact of Covid-19 on academia and universities and the importance of committing to a safe academic environment for the student learners, staff, and faculty.

At the close of the interview, Kevin answered a couple of questions about his professional and personal life from our new process called the Missing Questions.

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