Join us for our monthly luncheons at both the downtown and DTC Maggiano’s. These luncheons feature entrepreneurial women leaders as guest speakers, and allow for unprecedented networking and visibility for your business. All speakers share their stories about how they achieved their success, best leadership practices and key strengths to succeed in business and life. Networking begins at 11 am, followed by lunch at 11:40 am, and the speaker at 12:20 pm.
M. Camille Hoffman, Medical Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine Services, Lutheran Medical Center
Registration is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome.
In addition to her role as Assistant Profess, Dr. Hoffman also spends time working clinically and in research at Denver Health Hospital. Dr. Hoffman graduated AOA from the Medical University of South Carolina, did her Ob-Gyn residency at University of Miami, and completed her maternal fetal medicine fellowship at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. She recently completed the Women’s Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) program, a mentored (K12) junior faculty award granted through the National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). During the WRHR program, she established a clinical and translational perinatal mental health research program in the Denver metro area to investigate maternal-child mental health and to promote maternalchild wellness. Dr. Hoffman’s expertise includes management of medically high-risk pregnancies, obstetric ultrasound, and management of mental health issues during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Dr. Hoffman was awarded a “Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Pregnancy Foundation Mini-Sabbatical in Perinatal Mental Health” in 2014 and a “Brain & Behavior Research Foundation” award for mental health research in 2015. She runs the SMFM Perinatal Mental Health online provider community forum and serves as Principal Investigator or co-investigator on several funded maternal-child mental health research grants, collaborations, and clinical partnerships. She serves or has served on the board of directors of the “2020 Mom project”, the Colorado March of Dimes, and the International Marcé society. Her clinical research was recently featured in the Rocky Mountain PBS series “Precious Loss.” Dr. Hoffman lives in the Rocky Mountain front range with her husband, two preschool aged children, many bicycles and a herd of alpacas.