Karl T. Clebak, MD, MHA, FAAFP
Dr Clebak has a background rich in clinical leadership, having practiced as a medical director across solo and group practices in rural Virginia, as well as at a large academic family medicine practice at Penn State in Hershey, PA. He focused his Master of Healthcare Administration on a project establishing osteopathic recognition at an allopathic institution’s residency program. According to Dr Clebak, he is fueled by innovation and has led multidisciplinary teams collaborating with other US academic medical centers at both the University of Virginia and Penn State University, with the AAMC Project CORE that drove the implementation of asynchronous electronic consults (e-consults) across the UVA and Penn State Health systems. Dr Clebak has with a strong history of leadership in academic medicine and has the requisite skills necessary to provide feedback on the topics covered in RFF. In addition, Dr Clebak is a valued member of the STFM Graduate Medical Education Committee which has oversight of the certificate program.
Anne Donnelly, MD
Dr Anne Donnelly is the Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine for the Crozer-Keystone Health System in Upland, Pennsylvania. She also serves as core faculty and Medical Director at the Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and attended medical school at Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. After completing her residency training at Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Portsmouth Family Medicine Residency Program, she completed an Academic Medicine Fellowship at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Before joining the faculty at Crozer-Keystone in 2015 she spent 21 years as core residency faculty at the Portsmouth Family Medicine Residency Program. During this time she served as the Clerkship Director for the third year Family Medicine Clerkship, two terms as Program Director of the residency program, director of a large annual Family Medicine Review Course and finally as Medical Director. She has served on USMLE Computer-based Case Simulation Test Development Committee for the last 9 years and just became the Chair of the Scoring Group for this Committee. Education has always been a passion and she has been fortunate to participate in the education of medical students, residents and peers throughout her career.