David G. Currie, M.D., a CA-3 at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Roosevelt. Dr. Currie has a background in English Literature and became interested in physician advocacy after attending the ASA Legislative Conference in 2016. Since then, he has been active in promoting physician advocacy and resident involvement.
Cheng-ting (C.T.) Lee, M.D., is a CA-2 at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Lee has a background in community outreach and advocacy, prior to residency. She helped establish the Needle Exchange Program in Dallas, Texas and served as an ASA Delegate and an American Medical Student Association representative at national conferences and legislative meetings in Washington D.C.
Sam Satler, M.D., is a CA-2 at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Satler has been active in his district and attended the ASA Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. this past year.
Morgan Montgomery, M.D., is a CA-2 at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Montgomery’s is the Resident and Fellow Section’s first Media Officer. Her background is in biological sciences, and she became involved in physician advocacy in medical school, where she lobbied on behalf of patients and fellow medical students in her home state of Georgia. She has continued this work into residency, where she has attended NYSSA Legislative Day and the ASA Legislative Conference.