Tracy Burk Received 2015 Inspiring Change Leadership Award Winner
May 3, 2016
Tracy Burk, an Administrative Associate in the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Clinic, was chosen as the 2015 winner of the School of Medicine’s Inspiring Change Leadership Award. The Inspiring Change Leadership Award is given to one or two eligible staff members who have initiated or led change and innovation — e.g., implementing new processes, systems, organizational structures or operating paradigms that will result in transformative improvements in service, efficiency, value, effectiveness, outcome or satisfaction. In Tracy's case, she was nominated by Jake Mickelsen who worked with her for the RITE project.
Marcia Cohen, Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Administration for the Stanford University School of Medicine, presented Tracy with a Letter of Congratulations and an invitation to the Dean’s Recognition Luncheon on Monday, May 16, 2016. Teresa will be formally acknowledged at the Dean’s Recognition Luncheon and will receive a Certificate and check for $3000.