Our Team

Meet our team of passionate professionals from diverse
backgrounds, each committed to increasing diversity and
inclusion in education and the workplace.

Ricardo Correa


Nneoma Duru


Scott James


Jacob Joseph


Kenny Weill


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Meet Our Partners

We recognize the vital role of our partners and are deeply grateful for their continued assistance.

Ricardo Correa, M.D., Ed. D., F.A.C.E., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.M.Q

Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Arizona College of Medicine Graduate School

Ricardo Correa, M.D., Ed. D., F.A.C.E., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.M.Q is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Program Director for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship and Director for Diversity in Graduate Medical Education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Staff Clinician and Researcher at Phoenix V.A.M.C. and Faculty at Mayo School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic – Arizona.

Dr. Correa is the editor of Dynamed, S.G.I.M. Forum, Journal of General Internal Medicine, Frontier Endocrinology, Thyroid, Clinical Thyroidology among other journals. And has been involved with local, regional and national organizations in the areas of medical education, leadership, and physician wellbeing, including the A.M.A. Joy in Medicine organization, A.C.G.M.E. at different levels including the Duty Hour Task Force, N.B.M.E., A.B.I.M., A.B.M.S., among others.

He is board-certified in Medical Quality and author of the book, “Case report: basics and publication.” and senior Co-Editor of the book “Endocrinology of Aging.” His research focuses on neuroendocrinology, mainly on pituitary and adrenal tumor and healthcare disparities in diabetes in Latinx populations.

Dr. Correa has won several awards for his recognitions for service to the underserved communities and providing educational support to many underrepresented students on their path to careers in medicine. Some of his awards include the Presidential Leadership scholar, 100 Hispanic Inspiring Scientist and many more.

Nneoma Duru

Medical Student at Boston University School of Medicine

Ms. Duru is a 3rd year medical student at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). She is a native of Texas, and holds a Bachelors of Science in Biology with a Chemistry minor from the illustrious Dillard University in New Orleans, LA; achieving the highest cumulative STEM GPA in her graduating class.

Prior to starting at BUSM, Nneoma worked at Ochsner Medical Center as an experienced Data Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. While at BUSM, she has been part of numerous student organizations such as Orthopaedic Surgery Interest Group; co-leader, Surgical Society; co-leader, Student National Medical Association; Maps Liaison, Social Responsibility Society, PRIDE Service, and Wellness Initiative; Physical and Mental Health.

Mentoring and wellness are her passions and excited about leveraging her experience to support students at The Pathway Initiative.

Scott James

Data Scientist at Starfish by EAB

Mr. Scott James is a Data Scientist at Starfish by EAB, where he builds predictive models for student success, develops data visualizations, and analyzes intervention effectiveness for community colleges and university partners. As the son of a public high school teacher, Mr. James has seen the impact quality education can have, and is driven to help more students get the support they need to excel in the classroom and beyond. 

In his work at EAB, Mr. James applies his skills as a data scientist and communicator to help institutional leaders interpret findings from quantitative research and use those insights to better support students and close equity gaps in college outcomes. Partnering with university researchers, Mr. James has helped identify successful advising initiatives and tutoring programs and contributed to the literature on online and hybrid course taking.

As an undergraduate Scott worked on a project for the USEPA analyzing patterns in toxic emissions, and as a graduate student led a project for the Baltimore Ravens applying decision models to the NFL draft. Mr. James holds Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics and a master’s degree in advanced Analytics, both from North Carolina State University.

In his free time, Mr. James enjoys playing basketball and table tennis, and is always on the lookout for scenic hikes and running trails (even in the cold New England winters!). 

Jacob Joseph, M.B.B.S., M.D, F.R.C.P. (London)

Professor of Medicine at Brown University

Dr. Jacob Joseph is Professor of Medicine at Brown University and Chief of Cardiology at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Providence Healthcare System. He completed his medical education at the University of Kerala, India, residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and an Advanced Fellowship in Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation at the University of Utah.


Dr. Joseph’s translational research program applies innovative analytics to Big Data (Health records and -omics) for novel discovery in heart failure and to enable precision medicine approaches. He holds two patents and has published over 125 articles, reviews, and book chapters, edited a book, and given numerous talks at national and international scientific meetings. Dr. Joseph also has an interest in the philosophy of science and medicine and recently published a book titled “Aristotelian Metaphysics as a Unifying Paradigm for 21st Century Science: Common Sense-ible Science.”


As Chief of Cardiology, Dr. Joseph coordinates patient-centered cardiovascular care for Veterans in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He also serves as the Chair of the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (I-DEA) committee for Veterans Affairs Providence Healthcare System. In addition, Dr. Joseph serves on national committees including the National Physician Advocacy Council of the Veterans Health Administration.

Kenny Weill

Principal at K. Weill Consulting Group, LLC

Kenny Weill launched K. Weill Consulting Group in 2002, which focuses on strategic fund development for nonprofits. His practice works with Boards and executive staff on fundraising assessments, fund development plans, case statements, appeals, donor research, individual giving strategy, grant research and writing, and CRM database solutions.  He regularly trains, coaches and presents on fund development strategy.  

Prior to consulting, Mr. Weill held management, research and other positions in community-based, academic, health care and government settings. He received an M.S. in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health and a B.A. from Wesleyan University, where he was the recipient of the Limbach Prize for Community Service.  

Mr. Weill is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Nonprofit Consultants Network and Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. Mr. Weill has a long history of community-based volunteerism. He is currently on the Board of Steps to Success and chairs its Development Committee.