Dr. Erin Christianson earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Arizona State University and PhD from Vanderbilt University. Her experience and expertise include developing novel, patient-focused programs in medical settings, evidenced-based research and telehealth projects. Dr. Christianson was born and raised in southern Idaho.
Dr. Myiesha Taylor is a board certified emergency medicine physician. Dr. Taylor earned her undergraduate degree from Xavier University of Louisiana and then obtained her medical degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. She trained as an Internal Medicine intern and Emergency Medicine resident at Martin Luther King-Drew University Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. During residency, she served as Chief Resident and received multiple awards, both community-based and academic.
To mentor and support women physicians of color globally, Dr. Taylor founded Artemis Medical Society. For her work with Artemis, Dr. Taylor was honored by Disney with the naming of the character, Myiesha McStuffins in the acclaimed children’s TV show, Doc McStuffins. She has also been featured in NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt’s Inspiring America segment, selected as a 2014 Dallas Women’s Foundation Young Leader Award honoree, featured in several Disney Junior Get Inspired Black History Month Interstitials and serves as a Women’s Media Center She Source expert.
Dr. Roberto Sandoval is a bilingual (Spanish and English) board-certified Emergency Medicine physician. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and then attended and graduated from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. Dr. Sandoval completed his internship and residency program in Emergency Medicine at Martin Luther King-Drew University Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. He currently resides in southern California with his wife and children.