are you a female pediatrician?
This is your place.
The community specifically designed for female pediatricians to connect, grow, gather, and lead.
You’ve found your village.
And here’s the best part. You’re only a few clicks away from opening the door to a whole new world. A world where you no longer feel isolated or alone in handling the stress you face everyday. A world where people embrace your motivation rather than feel intimidated by it.
So come on in. We’ve got what you’ve been looking for and what you didn’t even know you needed. From online mentorships and on-demand courses to curated retreats and focused group coaching, we know the most important investment you will make is the one you make in yourself.
coaching and courses.
Nothing recharges your batteries more than a vacation. Especially if that vacation also includes personal and professional development with other female pediatricians in a gorgeous tropical venue. Oh, and no one calling “Hey, Mom!” or “Hey, Honey!” for at least four days.
Speak up and
take the lead.
You know you are meant for more, but where do you start? Women in Pediatrics offers several opportunities for you to hone your leadership skills and use your voice. From writing, speaking, and educating, we have a place for you.
from our members…
“Joining Women in Pediatrics has been a game-changer for me. I’ve connected with other like-minded professionals, gained valuable insights, and received support and encouragement when I needed it most.”
“Women in Pediatrics has been a lifeline for me. It’s a space where I can connect with other female pediatricians like me, ask questions, and receive feedback and support. It’s made me feel less isolated and more connected, and I’m grateful to be a part of it.”
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