Dr. Danique Dolly
Follow him on Twitter @DrDaniqueDolly
Danique Dolly has a love for learning and values students being at the very center of their education…families too! Danique believes in empowering students and families and has worked on doing so throughout his career as an educator. A quiet leader who loves to write, Danique has served as a start-up school teacher, start-up school principal, a school leadership coach, and partner in education and leadership endeavors. His work touches upon school transformation through leadership development, innovation and implementation for progressive systems and schools.
Danique Dolly is from the Bronx and East Harlem in New York. He’s a graduate of Morehouse College, Brown University and, most recently earned a doctorate in education leadership from Harvard University.
Puzzle Pieces Podcast
Puzzle Pieces are the individual pieces that make up Big Picture. This podcast, hosted by Danique Dolly, is designed to deconstruct these pieces each week through the relevant topics we’re tackling as an organization and as a network. Puzzle Pieces is about staying urgent, staying connected and having fun. It is our regular place in cyberspace for us to be inspired and invigorated amidst the unknown and unimagined.
Dr. Marsha-Gail Davis
Follow her on Instagram @mgdthedoc
Marsha-Gail Davis, MD, is a primary care internist and preventionist. Originally from the island of Jamaica, she received her MD from the University of California, San Diego, and completed her residency in the Yale Primary Care Residency Program. At ACLM, in addition to serving on the Board as Young Director, Dr. Davis is a leader of the Health Equity Through Lifestyle Medicine (HEAL) Initiative. She believes prevention is the best treatment for many diseases, particularly chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and obesity. Her goal is to make prevention the priority and to make prevention popular!
Listen to Dr. Davis's creative commentary on the current state of health in the United States as it pertains to epidemic levels of preventable chronic disease, the social determinants of health that contribute to these unsatisfactory health outcomes and the health disparities that exacerbate poor health outcomes in marginalized communities, particularly communities of color. Our current health climate can be best described in one word: WACK!
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Skunk Works Q&A with Dr. D.
In this IGTV series, Big Picture Learning students, Maria and Angel, connect with Dr. D around her learning journey and advice around living a healthy lifestyle. The series streams weekly on the Big Picture Living Instagram feed.