Erica Pollack, MD
Director, RAD-AID India
Dr. Pollack is a radiologist at Denver Health with an appointment of Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Pollack graduated from New York University School of Medicine and completed radiology residency and breast imaging fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center. She began working with RAD-AID in 2011 as a Global Health Fellow by working in India to help launch the Asha Jyoti Program at PGIMER Chandigarh. In 2014, Dr. Pollack took a leadership role in RAD-AID India as Program Manager to continue developing and operating RAD-AID™s women™s health outreach program. If you are interested in RAD-AID India and Asha Jyoti, please email Dr. Pollack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna Nordvig, MD
Program Strategist, RAD-AID India
Dr. Nordvig is a neurology resident at Columbia-NY Hospital, and received her MD from Columbia University™s School of Physicians & Surgeons in New York. She has a previous background at Goldman Sachs and General Electric™s Capital Market Services, bringing a strong finance and entrepreneurship background to RAD-AID. Mrs. Nordvig launched the Asha Jyoti Program in 2011 and served as Co-Director of RAD-AID India and Vice President of Organizational Strategy at RAD-AID from 2010-2014. In that time, she worked closely with Dr. Kathryn Everton to grow the program in service to marginalized indigent women of Northern India.
Kathryn Everton, MD
Radiologist Clinical Advisor, RAD-AID India
Dr. Kathryn Everton is a radiologist at Carol Milgard Breast Center. She earned her medical degree from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and completed her internship at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah. Both her residency and breast imaging fellowship were completed at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Everton was Director of Women’s Imaging and Co-Director of RAD-AID India from 2012-2014, in collaboration with Anna Nordvig. Dr. Everton now serves in a clinical education and advisory capacity to continue strengthening the women’s health program.