Sally Ourieff is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Medical School. She interned in pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital and completed her residency in child and adult psychiatry. She has worked as a clinician in private practice, as well as held numerous hospital and leadership positions. She is currently the founder and CEO of Translational Consulting, and works with physician leaders and executives as a consultant, advisor, and coach. She is a Visiting Scholar at Brandeis University and is on the board of Communities2Care and the EDI Institute She is married, has three children, two dogs, and lives in the Boston area.
Leslie Moloney is a graduate of Rutgers University and also holds a paralegal degree from Northeastern University. She is studying to get her masters in Anthropology at Harvard University Extension School. She has studied with Dr. Gary Urton, an expert in Andean and Inka culture and a member of our Board. Her area of study is in the history of the Chachapoya culture of Peru (800 - 1470 AD). Her interest in Latin America began when she was an exchange student in Brazil and she is fluent in Portuguese. She first went to Peru in 2005 to hike the Inca Trail and has returned every summer since. Leslie is married with three children, holds a second degree black belt in Taekwondo, and teaches women’s and children’s self defense. She lives with her family west of Boston.