Our Team


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

Associate Dean


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.


Jill Evans, MPH

Pediatrics and OFDD Program Director  

Jill Evans, MPH, is a Program Director in Pediatrics and OFDD.  She provides administrative oversight for several initiatives including Stanford Precision Health for Ethnic and Racial Equity (SPHERE), one of five NIH centers focused on using precision-medicine tools to improve the health of underserved minority populations.  She also manages the Health Equity Action Leadership (HEAL) Network that brings faculty together to address health inequities through collaboration, mentorship, education and policy. In her first six years at Stanford, as Research Director for the Office of Community Health, Jill collaborated with Stanford researchers and community organizations to improve the health of populations by building community capacity for research through academic-community partnerships.


Brenda Flores

Research & Program Officer

Brenda Flores is a Program Manager in Stanford Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity. In this role, she oversees and implements professional development initiatives in academic medicine that emphasize justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion values. She launched a Health Equity Action Leadership (HEAL) Network workshop series that has engaged more than 200 faculty so far. Brenda also founded an anti-oppressive praxis program that educates graduate students and postdoctoral scholars with tools for equity and social justice. She has also published numerous research studies in various medical journals. Brenda is currently working on a Master of Science in Counseling at San Francisco State University.


Lauren Hailey, MA

Administrative Associate

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.


Barbara Jerome, MPH

Assistant Director

Barbara Jerome, MPH, is Assistant Director for Faculty Development and Diversity. In this role, she develops, manages, monitors, and evaluates professional development programs as well as programs designed to create a just, equitable, and inclusive culture for diverse faculty at the School of Medicine. She also contributes to the design and implementation of OFDD’s strategic initiatives that aim to catalyze organizational change. Barbara conducts a wide-range of research projects to advance scholarship in the discipline of diverse faculty development and well-being, especially as it relates to underrepresented groups in academic medicine. Prior to her role at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Barbara completed her undergraduate degree in Human Biology at Stanford University and obtained her Master of Public Health with a concentration in the Sociomedical Sciences at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.


Osagie Oaiya

Research and Program Officer

Osagie Oaiya is a Research and Program Officer in Stanford Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development and Diversity. In this role, he evaluates and supports existing diversity, equity, and inclusion programs within the office, creates content that promotes DEI within academic medicine, and assists with planning for events and initiatives in the SOM. Osagie is a Bay Area native and obtained his BS in Public Health from San Jose State University, where he was an undergraduate research assistant and published multiple scholarly articles on health disparities affecting underserved populations in urban environments.


Kathleen Victor

Administrative Associate

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.


Michaela Kiernan, PhD

R01 Countdown Program Director

Michaela Kiernan, PhD is a Senior Research Scholar at the Stanford Prevention Research Center and directs the R01 Countdown Program, an intensive grant writing program for School of Medicine (SOM) junior faculty that has generated over $125M in NIH funding across 14 different NIH Institutes for faculty Principal Investigators to date. Dr. Kiernan is the Principal Investigator of multiple NIH R01 grants examining the efficacy of behavioral obesity interventions, and has expertise in clinical and community research methods, including retention strategies for randomized trials. She received her PhD in Social Psychology from Yale University. Dr. Kiernan has served as an ad hoc member, Standing Member, and/or Co-Chair of multiple NIH study sections; taught highly recommended scientific writing workshops for OFDD for 10 years; mentored faculty fellows from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds for 6 years with the SOM Center of Excellence; and been awarded multiple Stanford divisional teaching and mentorship awards.


Sabrina Moudgil 

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.


Diana Keoplin


Kelly Heinrich


In Memory of Laure Aurelian, PhD

Former Senior Advisor for Faculty Development

 


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