Diane M. Magrane

Diane M. Magrane, MD, is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and Executive Director of the International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics (ICELA at Drexel®). ICELA supports two national leadership programs, the Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM®) program for women faculty in medicine, dentistry and public health at Drexel University College of Medicine, and the Executive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering program (ELATE at Drexel®) for women faculty in engineering and other STEM fields. Her academic medical career spans 30 years of progression from clerkship director to associate dean to national and international educator with a focus on women’s health and academic career and leadership development. As Associate Dean at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, she led the integration of basic science, clinical practice, and team-based leadership across the four years of a new curriculum for medical students.  As Associate Vice President for Faculty Development and Leadership at the AAMC, she directed leadership programs for women in medicine, department chairs, and medical school deans. She continues her advocacy for women and clinical care through work with the Federation of Ob-Gyn societies (FIGO) to integrate professional education of human rights with women’s health care around the world.