MOLA Academic Pathways: Mental Health – Addressing Impostor Syndrome

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MOLA Academic Pathways: Mental Health – Addressing Impostor Syndrome

May 21 @ 6:00 pm

Date: Tuesday, May 21st, 2024
Time: 06:00 PM CT
Presenter: Diana Lemos PhD, MPH

Diana Lemos, PhD, MPH is a seasoned community psychologist with over a decade of experience in health equity, evaluation, research, and program management within the healthcare sector.

Currently serving as the Director of Health Equity Evaluation and Learning at the American Medical Association, she brings expertise in designing and implementing evaluation strategies to enhance program effectiveness and maximize impact implementing health equity With a background in HIV prevention, global health, and health equity initiatives, Diana has demonstrated leadership and innovation in fostering collaborative partnerships and driving positive change in public health initiatives. Her bilingual (English and Spanish) and bicultural skills as a Latina of Mexican descent, coupled with a passion for addressing health inequities, make her a valuable asset in creating impactful interventions and advancing health equity efforts. As a first-generation college graduate she is passionate about increasing diversity in the health care and evaluation workforce through mentoring, teaching and making meaningful connections.


Understanding Impostor Syndrome, Impact on Mental Health, Recognizing Impostor Syndrome, Strategies for Coping and Resilience, Building Confidence and Self-Efficacy.

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May 21
6:00 pm