Yvonne (Bonnie) A. Maldonado, MD
Senior Associate Dean
Professor and Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Yvonne (Bonnie) A. Maldonado, MD, is Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity and Professor and Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Maldonado attended Stanford University School of Medicine, completed a residency program at the Department of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins and received postgraduate training in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University.
Magali Fassiotto, PhD
Kathleen is a Silicon Valley native with over 25 years of combined experience in office management, finance, small business management and customer service with an additional 7 years experience in the insurance industry as an administrative assistant and insurance claims investigator. She has an associate degree in Science with a background in biology and medical front office practices and procedures. She joined Stanford in 2014 as program coordinator for the Big Data initiative before joining OFDD in 2015.
Carly Matuszak provides financial support to the OFDD team, which includes coordinating the annual budget process and assisting in day-to-day financial inquiries. She graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Accounting and has worked as a finance professional in many industries of Silicon Valley.
Senior Financial Analyst
Sabrina Moudgil provides financial support to the OFDD team, which includes facilitating the annual budget process, reporting budget versus actual activity, and assisting in day-to-day financial inquiries. She obtained her BA in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and her MBA from Simon Fraser University. Sabrina has worked as a finance professional in banking and non-profit sectors for over 10 years.
Jonathan Altamirano, MS
Senior Research Analyst
Jonathan Altamirano is a senior research analyst in the Office of Faculty Development and Diversity, as well as Stanford Medicine’s Global Child Health Program, where he has authored over 10 publications. Jonathan is an expert on issues of diversity in the academic medical setting. His research has demonstrated disparities in patient satisfaction across demographic groups, with policy implications for physician evaluation. Jonathan received his BA in Human Biology and MS in Biology from Stanford University, where he served as a mentor for marginalized populations in the Bay Area. He is originally from Houston, Texas, and is a native Spanish speaker.
Research & Program Officer
Brenda Flores is a Research and Program Officer in Stanford Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity. In this role, she performs research on diversity issues in medicine, including development of a rank equity index for assessing faculty advancement in academic medical centers and an analysis of a schoolwide satisfaction and engagement survey of over 2,000 faculty. Additionally, she implements programs related to diversity, inclusion, and faculty professional development. For example, Brenda developed a leadership series for early career faculty encompassing self-advocacy, leading teams, and building inclusive organizations. Brenda obtained her BA in Psychology and a minor in Chinese from Stanford University. She plans to attend graduate school in the future.
Barbara Jerome, MPH
Research & Program Officer
Barbara Jerome is a Research and Program Officer in Stanford Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity. Barbara formerly worked with OFDD in 2017 as a research associate. In this role, she contributed to the office’s event planning activities, such as the Race, Policing, and Public Health Symposium, and conducted an in-depth environmental scan of the School of Medicine’s diversity & inclusion efforts. In her new role with OFDD, she is excited to undertake new D&I-related research projects and initiatives that contribute to fostering an inclusive environment at the School of Medicine. Barbara obtained her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University as well as a MPH in Sociomedical Sciences from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Lauren Hailey is an Administrative Associate that provides support to the OFDD Team. She is a Bay Area native with 8 years of experience in administrative functions and office management, as well as social media and website management. Lauren obtained her BS in Journalism and her MA in Communication Studies (with a concentration in Intercultural Communication) from San Jose State University.
Michaela Kiernan, PhD
OFDD R01 Workshop Instructor
Michaela Kiernan, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist at the Stanford Prevention Research Center. She is the Principal Investigator of NIH R01-funded grants examining the efficacy of behavioral obesity interventions and has expertise in clinical and community research methods and statistics. Dr. Kiernan has taught grant writing workshops for OFDD for ten years, mentored minority faculty fellows for six years at the School of Medicine Center of Excellence, and been awarded multiple Stanford divisional teaching and mentorship awards.
Michael Helms, PhD, MBA
Director of Research Development
OFDD welcomes Dr. Michael Helms to the team as Director of Research Development. Mike will assist OFDD with identifying and applying for funding opportunities in areas of health disparities and health equities research, with an emphasis on faculty development and diversity, equity, and inclusion. He has been with the Stanford School of Medicine for over 11 years, where he has helped hundreds of faculty apply for and win well over $200 million in funding.
Human Resources Manager
Tina Shinya provides Human Resources support to the OFDD team, which includes talent acquisition, organizational change, employee relations, compensation and performance management and training and development. She graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Masters in Industrial Relations and has worked in the HR sphere supporting healthcare, biotech and higher education for over 20 years.
In Memory of Laure Aurelian, PhD
Former Senior Advisor for Faculty Development