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Ramona Tascoe

MD ’79
Ramona Tascoe is a medical director focusing on young adult substance use and treatment of addiction disorders. After her time at UCSF she earned both a master of public administration degree from the University of San Francisco and a master of divinity degree from Berkeley’s Graduate Theological Union. She has also put her unique mix of skills to work on behalf of communities around the world leading medical missions to 10 different countries around the world. Throughout her career Dr. Tascoe has unapologetically fought for equity in higher education. This includes as an undergraduate student playing a key role in the 1968 historic student strike at San Francisco State University leading to the creation of the College of Ethnic Studies and during her surgery residency the courage and integrity to stand up to gender discrimination despite the threat of retaliation and the loss of a career in the field. As she says, she declared “not me” before there was a “me too”.

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Saturday, April 13