Dr. Lanre Falusi is a pediatrician in the Washington, DC area, where she has practiced and taught primary care pediatrics for over ten years. Her work is focused on ensuring that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential -- regardless of race, ethnicity, immigrant status, or socioeconomic status. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University for her Bachelor of Science degree and the University of Virginia for her MD degree before completing pediatric residency at Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC.
She is a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics and has television, radio, and print media experience, and she regularly provides testimony on local and federal levels to promote child health and well-being. She and her husband are the parents of two little girls aged 1 and 4. She can easily be bribed with anything chocolate and is not ashamed about this.
Dr. Elizabeth (Lisa) Varghese-Kroll is a rehabilitation medicine physician and an experienced physician advisor serving hospitals across the country. Based in the Washington, DC area, she is passionate about educating physicians and the public about issues that affect us all, utilizing each community’s unique perspective. She earned a bachelor's degree in mass communications from Virginia Commonwealth University, earned her MD from the University of Virginia, and completed her physical medicine and rehabilitation residency training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey / Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.
She has an extensive background in broadcast and print journalism, is an author for Doximity.com, and she and her husband are the proud parents of two kids aged 11 and 7. She accepts all chocolate deliveries for Lanre in order to complete a thorough quality-control inspection first.