Dean Taylor, MD
Dr. Dean Taylor is a Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgeon whose practice and research interests include shoulder instability, shoulder arthroscopy, knee ligament injuries, meniscus injuries, knee cartilage injuries, and ACL injuries in adults and children. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point and completed his medical training and residency at Duke University. Dr. Taylor went on to be a part of the John Feagin West Point Sports Medicine Fellowship, retired from the United States Army at the rank of Colonel, and returned to Duke in 2006. In 2008, Dr. Taylor embarked on initiating the unique idea of formally teaching leadership as part of medical training. Subsequently, the program was named to honor Dr John Feagin, one of Dr. Taylor's mentors.
Walton Curl, MD
Walton W. Curl, M.D. graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1968. After spending a year in Vietnam as an Infantry Platoon Leader, he went on to graduate from Duke University Medical School in 1974. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery in the Army and a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the United States Military Academy under Dr. John Feagin. His primary interest is in the treatment of ACL and Cartilage Injuries.
Kathy Andolsek, MD, MPH
Dr. Kathy Andolsek is a professor in Community and Family Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. Her career focuses on interprofessional medical education, and collaboration in community and population health. She graduated from Northwestern University School of Medicine in 1975 and received her MPH from Northwestern in 1983. In 2014, Dr. Andolsek was named assistant dean for premedical education for the School of Medicine.
Joe Doty is a retired Army officer currently working for the Dr John Feagin Leadership Program and the School of Medicine Leadership Program (LEAD) at Duke University. He recently returned from three years in Singapore working as a leadership and ethics advisor. Joe is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point NY, and served in both educational and leadership positions during his 28 years in the Army - to include battalion level command. He concluded his service in the military as the Deputy Director in the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE). Joe received Masters Degrees from Indiana University and the Naval War College and earned his PhD from the University of Northern Colorado. He has a passion for leadership, ethics, character development, and teaching.
Mark Anderson, JD
Mark Anderson is a trial lawyer who focuses on bringing a broad range of complex cases to jury verdict. His varied client base includes both commercial entities and healthcare practitioners and institutions involved in a variety of litigation matters. He has developed a reputation for taking on complicated cases and preparing them successfully for trial by jury.
Mark began his career handling jury trials throughout the state of North Carolina, mentored by some of the state’s finest trial lawyers. Originally focusing on the malpractice arena, he has expanded his practice to include product liability, commercial disputes, financial contracts, toxic torts, mass torts, insurance coverage, fire and explosion, and vehicular accidents, working individual witnesses and using their stories to prepare hundreds of cases for trial.
Mark serves as managing partner of the firm's Raleigh office and is a member of the firm’s Board of Partners and the firm's Executive Committee. In addition to his North Carolina license, he is a member of the New York State Bar. With client engagements becoming more national in scope, he works out of both the firm’s Raleigh and New York offices.
An active member of his local community, Mark contributes a significant amount of his time to educational organizations. He has served two terms on the Board of Trustees of Durham Academy, the K through 12 school attended by his four children. He was also a founding director of Durham Nativity School, an institution dedicated to educating middle school boys from financially challenged families. Currently, he serves as a board member of Student U, a collaborative organization providing services for students from the summer before they enter sixth grade until their high school graduation.
Mark’s litigation achievements have been recognized by numerous accolades. He has been inducted into both the American College of Trial Lawyers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates. He has in multiple years been selected by Chambers USA for inclusion in its list of America's Leading Lawyers for Business, and Benchmark Litigation lists him as a Local Litigation Star. In 2008, 2014 and again in 2015 he was named as one of the Top 100 Attorneys in North Carolina by Law & Politics. In 2012 Best Lawyers named him Raleigh Lawyer of the Year for Professional Malpractice Law – Defendants.
Jane Boswick-Caffrey, MBA, MPH
Jane has worked across many industries including Health Care and Life Science, Financial Services, Energy/Petroleum, Mining, and Aerospace.
Jane’s program design, development and facilitation work is enriched by the firsthand knowledge she acquired as a member of several management teams. Prior to become Project Director at Duke Corporate Education, she held a number of executive positions, including Corporate Officer and Vice President of Corporate Development for Mojave Therapeutics, Senior Director of Client Service at Celera Genomics and Vice President of Business Development for Covance Research.
Jane, who considers herself a scientist at heart, began her career in basic science and clinical research at Duke University Medical Center and, after completing her MBA, spent several years with Abbott Laboratories in pharmaceutical sales, marketing and new product development. Following 20 years as an executive in the drug development industry, she turned her attention to coaching and executive development. Before coming to Duke CE, she served as Director of Executive Education at the Stony Brook University School of Business, where she was responsible for the development and management of executive education programs and managed an independent executive coaching and leadership development consulting practice.
Jane holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology from Duke University, a Master’s Degree in Biostatistics from the University Of North Carolina School Of Public Health, and an MBA from The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. Jane is an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified executive coach, has earned a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from George Washington University, and has completed certification in Myers-Briggs (MBTI), Barr-On Emotional Intelligence, Crucial Conversations, and VIA-Strengths training certification. Jane has served on the Alumni Board of Directors of the Wharton School of Business and is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of the International Burn Foundation, and serves as a member of the John A. Feagin Leadership Program Advisory Board. Jane and her husband Eddie live with, 13 chickens and 2 horses on a small farm outside Hillsborough.
John D. Campbell, MD, MBA
John Campbell MD, MBA is Co-founder and CEO of SS. His vision and skill to form and lead a team of physicians and staff make SS a leader in the management of acute care surgical services. He has more than 20 years of experience managing trauma patients.
Dr. Campbell was a founding partner of Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, P.C in Bozeman, Montana. He was instrumental in building the practice into an 11 physician, 17-provider practice, and led the development of several ancillary departments including MRI, and construction of a 40,000-sq. ft. facility. He was the managing partner of Bridger Orthopedic until July 2011. His experience as the CEO of SS has allowed him not only to function as a physician leader, but allowed him to view the healthcare landscape from the perspective of the many hospital administrator colleagues that SS has partnered with. This unique view has helped SS grow at the rate is has. He is also on the Advisory Board of the Feagin Leadership Program at Duke University. This is a growing physician leadership program.
Dr. Campbell received an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Tennessee Tech University, followed by a medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He then completed an orthopedic residency at Carolinas Medical Center, and completed a Trauma Fellowship in Chur Switzerland with the AO group. Following that, he completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Dr. John Feagin. He then practiced in the Salt Lake Valley with Wasatch Orthopedics, and was a clinical faculty member at the University of Utah. After two years in Utah, Dr. Campbell moved to Bozeman, Montana to start Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, PC. Dr. Campbell received his M.B.A. from the University of Tennessee Physician Executive M.B.A. program.
T.D. Decker, MBA
T.D. Decker is the founder of Decker Transformation Advisors, a niche-consulting firm that helps mid-market companies dramatically increase value. He previously was the CEO of Acell Industries, President of Aquascape, President of Ritchie Capital Management, CEO of Telemotive Industrial Controls and President of Shaped Wire. He has served on over 30 for profit, non-profit and ministry boards and is currently on the board of advisors for Camcraft, Matrix Design, SimSpace, Chaplain Camp Christian Charities, Army West Point FCA, FCA Metro Chicago and the Wheaton Academy Institute. T.D. received an MBA from Duke, a B.S. in Engineering from West Point and was a quarterback on the Army football team. He lives in Wayne, IL with his wife and has four children.
Claude T. Moorman, MD
Dr. Moorman played football at Duke University where he graduated with Class Honors with an AB in English. He received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, completed an orthopaedic residency at Duke University Medical Center, and a Sports Medicine fellowship at Cornell's Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Dr. Moorman started the Sports Medicine program at the University of Maryland where he was the Team Physician for the Maryland Terrapins and the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. He has returned to Duke where he is Professor and Vice Chair of Orthopaedics, Executive Director of the James R. Urbaniak Sports Sciences Institute, and Head Team Physician for Duke Athletics. Dr. Moorman has cared for Duke athletes who have won 6 National Championships and made 4 Bowl appearances with 1 Bowl Championship. His research interests center around knee and shoulder surgeries where he has over 100 publications. For his research, Dr. Moorman has been awarded the Charles Neer Award (ASES), the Aircast Award for Clinical Science (AOSSM), the Aircast Award for Basic Science (AOSSM), the Wilson Award (HSS), and a number of additional awards for excellence in research and education. He has been President of the Southern Orthopaedic Association and the Magellan Society, Chairman of the Piedmont Orthopaedic Association, and a Board member of the AOSSM. At Duke, in addition to caring for our student athletes, Dr. Moorman has served on the Medical School Admissions Committee, the PDC Board, the Orthopaedic APT Committee (Chairman), and as Vice-Chairman for Faculty Development and Sports Sciences.
Stephen Shaheen, MD
Stephen Shaheen (Feagin c/o 2017) is a current faculty member at Duke University Medical Center with appointments in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine. In addition, he serves as the Associate Director for the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and as an Assistant Team Physician for Duke University Athletics. During his year with the program, his team designed and managed the Feagin Leadership Summit, an inter-departmental event that focused on selfless leadership and its place in medicine. He remains involved as a Vice-Chairman and small group mentor for the Fegain Leadership Program.
Ann Taylor, BS, RN
Ann Humphrey Taylor, RN, is a nurse and community volunteer with experience in a variety of professional nursing settings and educational volunteer organizations. She is currently a nurse with Duke Executive Health and Duke Signature Care at Duke’s Center for Living Campus in Durham, NC. For the past several years, she has combined her professional experience with her passion for leadership by developing and leading the Feagin Leadership Program training session on Professional Etiquette and Business Presence.
Ann graduated from Duke University in 1984 with a with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. She has worked as a general medicine nurse, medical intensive care unit nurse, nurse consultant for a medical malpractice defense firm, workman’s compensation consultant, and school nurse.
Of late, Ann has volunteered in several leadership capacities for her Alma Mater, Duke University, as a co-chair of multiple reunions, Executive Board of the Annual Fund, member of the Duke Greek Advisory Board, and ADPi sorority advisor.
While her grown children were at home, Ann was an active volunteer in their schools. In New York at the Department of Defense School at the US Military Academy, she held various positions including co‐chairman of the School Board. After moving to North Carolina, Ann volunteered in various capacities at Durham Academy Upper School and Middle School.
Ann is married to Dean C. Taylor and has two children, Kate Taylor, 26, of New York, NY, and Ben Taylor, 22, of Atlanta, GA. Her passions include health promotion, Pilates, travel, and reading. Ann is pleased to become part of the Feagin Leadership Program Advisory Board.