To support the overall mission of AMAT by providing continuing education, sharing of resources, expanding organizational outreach and serving as the collective voice and advocate for African American needs in the field of human donation and transplantation.
The African American workgroup would like to extend an invitation to join our committee. We meet the second Monday of each month at 1:00 p.m. EST. You do not have to be African American to join the group! We only ask that you be willing to share your expertise and ideas as it relates to successful outreach efforts within African American communities. Please contact Workgroup Chair Jessica Fisher or Co-Chair Asha Ellen for more information.
Annie Lucious, Anthony Elkins, Anthony McPherson, Ayanna Anderson, Chnara Aklilu, Evelyn James, Janice Whaley, LaToya R. Bishop, Latrice Price, LouEster Petty, Maria Veve, Monica Gray, Nancy Tyson Alexander, Olivia Fox, Sedicah Powell, Stephanie Keeble, Tanise Love
Dr. Scantlebury has performed more than 1,000 kidney transplants and is an advocate for patients awaiting transplant. Learn more
The Inclusivity Imperative: Elevating Black Leaders in Donation and Transplant Industries
Donor Family and Volunteer Involvement — Outreach with donor families in the African American Community
Interfaith Relationships — Focus on Muslim, Catholic, Jewish and Baha’i Faith Communities
Diversity vs Multicultural — Do You Know the Difference – Will Ross, MD, MPH