Hope to Health Hero

Stories of Hope

Stories of Hope

This is about more than simply treating the patients who walk through our door. This is about creating a new and better world for the patients of tomorrow.

Linda Mellows

Linda Mellowes

Linda Mellowes is a Trustee Emerita, Community Leader, and Philanthropist. Her hope is to see innovative medical discovery transform healthcare now and in the future.

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Cory Nettles

Cory Nettles is an MCW Trustee.  His hope is for us to be one of the leading academic medical centers in the world.

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Daisy Sahoo

Daisy Sahoo, PhD

Daisy Sahoo, PhD, hopes for expanded research and education programs, where healthcare professionals come together to solve the toughest problems in medicine.

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Robert Gouthro

Rob Gouthro, MD

Rob Gouthro, MD, is an MCW alumnus and a faculty member. His hope is that all patients in need of behavioral health care have access when and where they need it.

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Cynthia Leonard

Cynthia Leonard, RN

Cynthia Leonard, RN, is a patient advocate at Froedtert Hospital who works with patients with Sickle Cell disease. She’s devoted to ensuring patients and families get the best possible care.

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Bill Listwan, MD

Bill Listwan, MD ‘68, is an MCW alumnus and volunteer leader. Bill hopes that we continue to see advances in patient care, research and education.

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Miracle Powell's Story

From the time she was in high school, Miracle Powell has spent several summers conducting biomedical research and learning about clinical medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

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Michael Campbell's Story

Michael Campbell and his girlfriend, Veneasha Youngblood, had planned for a quiet night in with pizza and a movie. But when Michael, 55, suddenly felt unsteady on his feet and then could not speak, plans changed.

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Brittany's Story

When Brittany Rupp, a first-year student at the Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay, arrived on campus, she had no idea that within a year, she’d have a hand in a few miracles–literally.

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