MD, Founder and Executive Director
A family doctor with a passion for improving global health, Maggie got her BA in Russian Studies from Brown University before graduating summa cum laude from SUNY-Downstate Medical School. She currently works as a practitioner and educator and has a particular interest in reproductive health and pediatrics. Maggie has worked in Africa and New Zealand and hopes to use her experience to improve primary care services for women worldwide. She lives with her husband and two children in New Paltz, NY.
Susannah “Susie” Chase has 20 years of years of fundraising and business experience. She has served in a wide range of development roles at Washington College, Cabrini College, Living Classrooms Foundation and US Lacrosse. Currently Susie is executive director, Baltimore, for One Love Foundation. Prior to her current role with US Lacrosse, Susie served as Executive Vice President for a start-up provider of worksite health programs, contributing to the company’s dynamic growth, stability and development of a national client base. Originally from New York, Susie holds a BA from Washington College.
Julie runs La Luna Farm, a full-service horse boarding and training facility in New Paltz, NY. She has served on several boards including being President of the Poughkeepsie Day School board of trustees for four years. This knowledge in all areas of board governance and leadership is a valuable assett for Go Doc Go. She graduated from the University of Vermont and earned her masters degree in education from the University of California, Berkeley. Julie taught elementary education for ten years while living in California before moving to New York with her family.
Ingrid is a family nurse practitioner, with a Masters in Science degree from Stony Brook University, and a BA in Women’s Studies with a concentration in women’s health, from SUNY New Paltz. She is a National Health Service Corp clinician, who presently works at a federally qualified health center in Newburgh, NY. She has a passion for delivering quality health care to under served individuals. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband, two children, two dogs, two cats, and twelve chickens.
Matt brings 20 years of finance expertise to our board as well as years of experience in education and not for profits. Matt holds a BA from Brown University and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Yale School of Management’s International Center for Finance.
Becky Scott, MD
Becky Scott is a pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She trained at NYU and has practiced at several NYC hospitals, most recently at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Becky grew up in Pittsburg, PA and now lives with her husband and two sons in Brooklyn, NY.
Linda Siegel is Special Counsel at the Vera Institute of Justice, a research and policy organization that works to improve justice systems. Before Vera, Linda gained extensive legal experience working at firms including Davis & Gilbert and Skadden, Arps. She has a BA from Brown University and a JD and a Master’s in Social Work from NYU. Linda lives in Brooklyn with her husband, a civil rights lawyer, and their three daughters.
Roger Waltzman, MD
Roger J. Waltzman is the Chief Medical Officer of Rgenix, Inc., an oncology biotech in New York. He is a board certified medical oncologist. For nearly 12 years, Roger worked as a clinical medical oncologist and clinical researcher at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Mount Sinai Hospital, and Saint Vincents Cancer Center, all in New York, and for nine years, as a Development lead for oncology and malaria drugs at Novartis Pharmaceuticals. Roger received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Brown University in Providence, RI and an MBA from Columbia University in New York. He lives with his husband in NYC.