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Mitchell A. Kaminski, MD, MBA
Program Director, Population Health
Jefferson College of Population Health

Dr. Kaminski is a family physician who has combined clinical practice and teaching with a career in healthcare leadership that has included private groups, hospital systems, and academic institutions. Previously he served as Chief Clinical Officer at the Delaware Valley ACO, helping to develop the clinical strategy and teams in one of the country’s largest ACOs. He has continued to teach and care for patients part-time, most recently at the Jefferson Department of Family and Community Medicine. He embraces the complex challenges of our transforming national and regional healthcare systems and brings front-line perspectives to his leadership positions.

Marcella Wilson, PhD
CEO and Founder
Transition To Success™, LLC

Marcella Wilson, Ph.D., has over 30 years of extensive experience in healthcare administration, not-for-profit management, behavioral health, criminal justice and public sector programming. Dr. Wilson, a University of Michigan alumnus holds a Master's degree in Social Work and a Ph.D. in Health and Higher Education. Dr. Wilson is an Emmy Award winner for the “What Are You Fighting For” documentary promoting youth volunteerism. In her role as President and Founder of Transition to Success™, Wilson is leading a national social change movement with a standard of care to treat poverty as an environmentally based medical condition and not a character flaw. Dr. Wilson’s book, “Diagnosis: Poverty”, defines a scalable, sustainable, measurable, multi-generational response to poverty an approach being implemented around the country and recognized as a Clinton Global Initiative.

Today, with statistically significant outcomes in 5 independent evaluations, Transition to Success®, defines uniform protocols and analytics to treat poverty across human services, healthcare, education, government and faith-based programs.


In this webinar, we will debunk the most common misconceptions about those struggling with economic disparities. What the data actually shows us leads to a better understanding of poverty and to more effective strategies to help the underprivileged overcome adversity and succeed in life.

Presentation: 56:01