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Dr. Carlos Archilla-Cady is a Pediatric Anesthesiologist working at Nemours Children’s Hospital with an incredibly interesting story. During his life, he went through a period of being totally blind due to glaucoma, he was in the Navy, and has been an advocate and supporter of multiple medical missions. In this episode, he will share his experience with being a transplant receiver, learning how to be a better leader, and choosing a specialty.

Listen in as Dr. Archilla-Cady explains how he is helping people with disabilities become more included in space discovery, the importance of diversity and equity, and how to ensure you’re making a positive impact on your community. You will learn the benefit of being open to learning from others, advocating for those who can’t advocate for themselves, and so much more.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How the military accelerated the leadership learning process for Dr. Archilla-Cady.
  • The importance of learning from all areas of your life.
  • Why problem-solving is an essential skill in the medical industry.
  • The importance of using your voice for good.
  • Why you have to be innovative and able to pivot frequently in the medical industry.
  • Dr. Archilla-Cady’s experience with being a transplant receiver.
  • How to ensure you’re making a positive impact on those around you.

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  • Dr. Carlos Archilla-Cady: Website

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