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Get involved today to help change the lives of others in your community and abroad by engaging in rewarding medical oriented research and service projects. You can also help Be A Good Doctor by making a charitable donation to any of its affiliated organizations.

 

 

Founding supporters


Edward Fein

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The Edward Fein Foundation is the vision of Edward Fein. Born in Brooklyn, New York to Jewish immigrant parents, Edward Fein built a successful career on Wall Street as a financial analyst and stockbroker. Retired since 1972, he relocated to the West Coast and developed an interest in helping others pursue their educational dreams. Edward Fein was the first visionary to understand and support the power of the College Prep Scholarship and Quest for Excellence Awards to help talented low-income Jewish students.

His foundation, the Edward Fein Foundation, recognizes the responsibilities that come with success and has focused on issues of access to education and leadership opportunities, and also has a particular interest in Jewish continuity and education. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting innovative educational programs that support its vision, including Taglit-Birthright Israel, which provides the gift of first time, peer group, educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26.  The Foundation also supports the Genesis Program at Brandeis University among many others.

 


JOHN AND JESSICA FULLERTON

Long-time supporters of BeAGoodDoctor, John and Jessica raised their family in the Bay Area and currently spend their time in Marin County and Colorado, enjoying their children and grandchildren.  Through the Fullerton Family Foundation, their philanthropic support empowers a number of local service learning and education programs.

 


DR. KIM FULLERTON

After graduating medical school with a “truly outstanding” Dean’s distinction at UCSF, Dr. Fullerton trained in emergency medicine and public health. Dr. Fullerton has had a long interest in education which began with her teaching at UC Berkeley and continued with her work with the Quest Scholars Program during her medical school years at UCSF and Emergency Medicine training at Stanford. Dr. Fullerton volunteered for Physicians for a Violence-free Society and developed a nationally-recognized violence prevention curriculum for health care professionals. Dr. Fullerton has a special interest in overseas medical opportunities, teaching, and in the integration of medicine and family. She has traveled extensively throughout Central and South America, India and China, and speaks four languages. Dr. Fullerton is also on the Board of Directors of www.TheWorldFamily.org, a non-profit organization focusing on providing medical equipment to hospitals and health care to orphans in Ethiopia.

In her spare time, Dr. Fullerton enjoys playing with her children (Maja, Gabby and Joey), dancing, hiking and learning foreign languages.


Helen Bing

Alumni of Stanford, Helen Bing and her husband Peter Bing's generous support of the Stanford community can be felt throughout the campus.  From the inspirational fine art in the hospital to the flowers throughout campus, from Bing Concert Hall to a number of student programs including Be A Good Doctor, Helen and Peter have been instrumental in the promotion of the arts as a catalyst for human understanding, interrelation, and healing. 

 


Office of Financial Aid
Mary Morrison and Karen Cooper

Karen Cooper is currently the Director of Financial Aid at Stanford University.  Mary Morrison has been the Director of Funds Management for over 15 years.  Through the invaluable experience she has gained over the years, she now teaches a course on financial literacy that aids students with balancing their basic personal finances.  She has been teaching this class twice a year for the past 10 years.  She has shown diversity in her abilities by heading a non-profit for over 14 years that focuses on rehabilitating the blind.

 


 ALan AND CLEDITH JENNINGS

Alan and Cledith Jennings are the founders of the Alan K. and Cledith M. Jennings Foundation.  Their philanthropic efforts have focused on providing grants and donations to volunteer organizations that aim to improve the world through improving the community and global landscape.  Alan K. Jennings is renowned for his invention of one of the first keyboard entry systems.


 

 

contact BAGD 


General Contact:

beagooddoctor@gmail.com

 

Mailing Address:
Be a Good Doctor
PO Box 19456
Stanford, CA 94309

 

Phone/Fax:

650-618-1472

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