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Widney Alumni House

635 Childs Way

Los Angeles, CA 90007

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Integrating Social Justice and Medicine

Join us as we talk with Laura Mosqueda, MD, Dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, who is a widely respected authority on geriatric and family medicine, elder abuse, and care of the underserved. She is also an expert on medical education curricula design, development and implementation. With responsibility for a teaching staff of 4000+ who educate over 1800 students and train more than 900 resident physicians in over 50 specialties or sub-specialties, Mosqueda said she is eager to tackle the challenges facing USC head-on. "Honesty and humility are the two elements that make a good doctor, and that’s what is needed to heal the university and move beyond its current troubles."

Moderating the conversation will be LaVonna B. Lewis, PhD, MPH, Teaching Professor of Public Policy and Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at USC Sol Price School of Public Policy.


Lunch with a Leader provides students, faculty, and members of the public the opportunity to hear ideas from local, state, and national leaders, share their own ideas, and gain inspiration for effective governance in a more intimate and informal setting.


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Widney Alumni House

635 Childs Way

Los Angeles, CA 90007

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Organizer of Lunch with a Leader: Laura Mosqueda, MD, Dean, Keck School of Medicine of USC

The Bedrosian Center is an applied research center at the University of Southern California, whose goal is the promotion of effective governance.

We foster effective governance by: Building the professional capacity of public & nonprofit institutions, Shaping public dialogue across public, private, & nonprofit sectors on governance and institutional reform, and Promoting & supporting innovative governance scholarship

We serve as: A focal point for the discussion of pressing issues the nation faces regarding how the public sector can work better, a conduit through which the best practices and cutting edge thinking about strategies are made known broadly, and a center of education for public sector principals and staff with the goal of improving government effectiveness in implementing policy.

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