The Stunned Silence in front of the White House in Rainbow Colors

The Stunned Silence in front of the White House in Rainbow Colors

I wanted to capture the relatively stunned silence of the very large crowd that gathered in front of the White House (@WhiteHouse) as it lit with the colors of the rainbow. Continue reading→

Photo Friday: Learning Detour, Long Point Light Station, Provincetown, MA, USA

Photo Friday: Learning Detour, Long Point Light Station, Provincetown, MA, USA

This week’s photograph is not from DC, as I spent a more than a little time away to further my leadership learning @HBSExecEd .

The photo is taken from the top of the Pilgrim Monument, at the tip of the cape cod, and shows the Long Point Light Station, an iconic feature of the cape cod seashore. Continue reading→

Photo Friday:  Leadership Selfie, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: Leadership Selfie, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier, Washington, DC USA

Cathy Lanier was in this blog in 2008 (camera wasn’t as good though -> Photo: DC Police Supporting Their Community | Ted Eytan, MD). Leaders posing with their constituencies is a cool byproduct of the selfie (Photo Friday: Equality Selfie, with Washington, DC Mayor Vince Gray | Ted Eytan, MD) & I like taking photos … Continue reading Photo Friday: Leadership Selfie, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier, Washington, DC USA

Just Read: Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood – memoir of a young trans woman

Just Read: Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood - memoir of a young trans woman

Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More (amazon.com) (Download from your local library if available) There have been a lot of great reviews of this bestseller published, mine is a read from the perspective of a physician, trans* ally, supportive of equitable health care for all. As the title says, this … Continue reading Just Read: Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood – memoir of a young trans woman

Photo Friday: Washington, DC USA,  1968 and 2014

Photo Friday: Washington, DC USA, 1968 and 2014

View Composites – 1968 and 2014 – Washington, DC USA 49693 on Flickr.com I have been learning how to combine photos recently, and I am a fan of everything Washington, DC, history, and diversity, so…. Only one of the two photographs in the composite is mine. The other was taken on April 4, 1968, the … Continue reading Photo Friday: Washington, DC USA, 1968 and 2014

A moment of realness in Washington, DC, on the passing of Marion Barry

A moment of realness in Washington, DC, on the passing of Marion Barry

View “Ride life until the wheels fall off” Special amazing DC moment, honoring MarionBarryJr in Anacostia on Flickr.com I came back to Anacostia sooner than I thought. Washington, DC is an incredible place because people here believe everything is possible, because it is, and at the same times, the problems to be solved are not … Continue reading A moment of realness in Washington, DC, on the passing of Marion Barry

Beyond disability and picturing capability: Kaiser Permanente South Bay and White House Champions of Change

Beyond disability and picturing capability: Kaiser Permanente South Bay and White House Champions of Change

Robert Blair Kaiser Permanente South Bay Disability Employment Champion of Change 48915 When I visited Kaiser Permanente South Bay, in Harbor City, Los Angeles in July, 2014 (Innovation in Collaboration: What 18F and Kaiser Permanente South Bay have in common | Ted Eytan, MD), it was to see a different innovation than the one that … Continue reading Beyond disability and picturing capability: Kaiser Permanente South Bay and White House Champions of Change