EM Advocacy Handbook
Hon. Nathaniel Schlicher, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP
EMRA Legislative Advisor, 2008–2010
Associate Director, TeamHealth Litigation Support Program
Regional Director of Quality Assurance, CHI Franciscan Health
Past President, Washington Chapter of ACEP
1st Vice President, Washington State Medical Association
Alison Haddock, MD, FACEP
EMRA Legislative Advisor, 2010–2012
Director of Health Policy: Advocacy
Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
Division of Emergency Medicine
ACEP Board of Directors
Rachel Solnick, MD, MSc
EMRA Legislative Director, 2016–2018
Yale Emergency Medicine Residency
National Clinical Scholars Program Research Fellow
University of Michigan
EMRA Board of Directors 2018-2019
Omar Maniya, MD, MBA | President
Hannah Hughes, MD, MBA | President-Elect
Zach Jarou, MD | Immediate Past President
Tommy Eales, DO | Secretary/Editor, EM Resident
Nathan Vafaie, MD, MBA | Speaker of the Council
Karina Sanchez, MD | Vice-Speaker of the Council
Erik Blutinger, MD, MSc | Resident Representative to ACEP
Sara Paradise, MD | Director of Education
Angela Cai, MD, MBA | Director of Health Policy
Greg Tanquary, DO, MBA | Director of Membership
Nick Salerno, MD | Director of Technology
Eric McDonald, MD | ACGME RC-EM Liaison
Scott Pasichow, MD, MPH | EMRA Representative to AMA
Corey McNeilly | Medical Student Council Chair
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