THE ALLIANCE

Mentorship Program

Establish a network of support with fellow professionals who will inspire, encourage and support your career success. Whether you’re a mentor or a mentee, you’ll find this program to be an extensively rewarding component of your career.

Transplant Mentorship

Summer/Fall Enrollment open now through July 10, 2020!

The Alliance Transplant Mentorship Program

Join us now to connect, collaborate and boost your professional development through The Alliance Transplant Mentorship Program. Whether you’re a mentor or a mentee, you’ll find this program to be an extensively rewarding component of your transplant career.

This program’s purpose is to engage experienced transplant professionals to connect with staff across the country who are new to their transplant career or role, and support them as they immerse themselves in the transplant community. The goal of this program is to establish a network of support for transplant professionals, in order to inspire, encourage and pave the way to career success and longevity in a high-stakes career field.

There are three options for participation:

  • One-to-one mentorship: Be assigned to a mentor/mentee for an ongoing relationship for 6-12 months or beyond, for guidance and growth within the mentee’s role.
  • Group mentorship: Gain access to a discussion board for mentors and mentees and post your questions to a vast group of professionals.
  • Situational mentorship: Be assigned to a mentor/mentee for a limited time to participate in knowledge sharing for a specific situation/skill.

Information for Mentors

An Alliance Transplant Mentor is a transplant professional within their field of expertise and is available to support others through providing wisdom and perspective. They are not consultants or problem solvers. Rather, they walk alongside their colleagues by bridging their colleagues to other professionals and resources, listening and encouraging, sharing their personal knowledge and experience and role modeling.

If you are experiencing any concerns in your mentorship or have questions, please contact us immediately so we can support you. 

If the match isn’t working and/or if you need support, be sure to contact us rather than waiting until after the mentorship period is over to voice your concerns. Email info@odt-alliance.org or call 786-866-8730.

Frequently Asked Questions

Information for Mentees

An Alliance Transplant Mentor is a transplant professional within their field of expertise and is available to support others through providing wisdom and perspective. They are not consultants or problem solvers. Rather, they walk alongside their colleagues by bridging their colleagues to other professionals and resources, listening and encouraging, sharing their personal knowledge and experience and role modeling.

If you are experiencing any concerns in your mentorship or have questions, please contact us immediately so we can support you.

If the match isn’t working and/or if you need support, be sure to contact us rather than waiting until after the mentorship period is over to voice your concerns. Email info@odt-alliance.org or call 786-866-8730.

Frequently Asked Questions

Meet the Transplant Mentorship Program Workgroup Members

The Alliance would like to thank the members of the Transplant Mentorship Program Workgroup who have contributed their time and expertise to develop this Alliance offering:

  • Lead: Erin Wells, RN, BSN, CCTC, CPN, Director, Hepatology & Liver Transplant, Loma Linda University Medical Center (CA)
  • Aimee Hagerty, MSN, Transplant Administrator & Director of Education, Transplant Program, UPMC Hamot (PA)
  • Cecile Aguayo, RN, BSN, Manager, Abdominal Transplant Program, Solid Organ Transplant Programs, University of Utah Hospital and Clinics (UT)
  • (A special thank you to Anne Murphy, MBA, FACHE, Administrative Director, Transplant Services, University of Michigan Medical Center (MI), who was part of the original workgroup to develop this program.)

Are you new to transplant?

If you are new to transplant and are looking for an interactive, online learning program, visit The Alliance Transplant Onboarding Program or OnboardingU webpage and learn more about this new and innovative e-learning initiative!

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