Kerri Dooley-Lincoln Named Distinguished Staff of the Month for November

Woman with straight blond shoulder length hair standing outside in front of greenery and brick wallThe Dean’s Office is pleased to announce that Kerri Dooley-Lincoln, program manager for Doctoring 1 and 2 in the Medical Education Office, has been named Distinguished Staff of the Month for November.

Kerri joined BU in 2013 as an administrative assistant in College of Arts and Sciences’ Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders. She transferred to the medical school in September 2019 to join the Medical Education Office as an administrative coordinator. During the height of the pandemic in November 2020, Kelli became program manager for Doctoring 1 and 2.  During her decade at BU, Kelli has earned her bachelor’s in psychology and a master’s in project management.

Her nominators say she regularly goes out of her way to help other colleagues despite her heavy workload. “She has gone above and beyond her defined responsibilities due to the office’s current staffing shortage.

“She always has a warm greeting for those who enter the office and always volunteers to help out. Kerri is very supportive to students. She is the face of Doctoring and helps students get the equipment they need, figure out schedules and how to make up sessions or assessments when they have excused absences, which can be stressful for them.

“Kerri is simply outstanding!”


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