Abigail Ford Winkel, MD, MHPE, FACOG
Abby is Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York University Langone Health. Her academic work focuses on medical education, with a focus on narrative medicine and cultivating resilience among physicians in training. She is a lifelong New Yorker and lives with her husband and daughters in the west village.
Annie Robinson, MS, CHWC
Annie is the Wellness Program Facilitator at New York University’s School of Medicine. She also has a private therapy practice, worked for ten years as a doula, and earned a master’s in narrative medicine. She teaches reflection and resilience skill-building to physicians-in-training. Annie was born in Baton Rouge, raised in Chicago and the outskirts of Boston, came to New York over a decade ago, and currently resides in Park Slope with her partner Todd and their kitten Shuka.
Aubrie-Ann Jones, MS, MFA
Aubrie leads narrative medicine workshops and seminars at Columbia University’s College of Physician and Surgeons and NYU’s School of Medicine, and “daylights” as a brand and content marketer in the tech world. She holds an MFA in Fiction from The New School and an MS in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University. She and her husband, along with their cat, Ox, split time between the Bronx and the Catskills.
Zachai Kalet-Schwartz, Audio Editor
Zach is an editor/filmmaker born in Park Slope. He works freelance as an editor, cinematographer, video producer and director in the New York area. He is currently working as the assistant editor on a feature length documentary about the refugee communities in Utica, NY. He continues to live in Park Slope with his parents and two cats Luna and Piper
Greg Dorsainville, MPS, Creative Technologist
Greg is a curious first adopter. He enjoys riding the technological wave that has taken us from rotary phones to quantum computing. He feels strongly about an expansive, inclusive, and diverse future. He is fortunate to continue realizing himself while living in the NYC area, working at NYU, and exploring the metaverse.
Jillian Pecoriello, Production Assistant
Jillian is currently a fourth year medical student at NYU School of Medicine, interested in obstetrics and gynecology as well as medical education and physician wellness. She also has a passion for art and has been studying the role of graphic medicine in medical trainee wellness. Jillian is originally from Connecticut and has lived in New York City for the past 5 years.