Speaker Bios: Feb 2023 CPMA Conference

CPMA Virtual Conference February 2023


Alisha Poonja, DPM

Director, Podiatric Surgery Limb Salvage & Foot Reconstruction Fellowship

Dr. Alisha Poonja is a podiatric surgeon practicing in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  She currently serves as the Director of the Podiatric Surgery Limb Salvage and Foot Reconstruction Fellowship, a Clinical Lecturer with the University of Calgary and Treasurer of the Association of Alberta Podiatric Surgeons.  Her education consisted of a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Anatomy and Cell Biology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. She went on to earn a Doctorate Degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Poonja completed her residency training at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York. Her residency training exposed her to a diverse patient population where she developed clinical and surgical skills to treat a wide array of foot and ankle pathologies.

Ahmed Kayssi, MD

Vascular Surgeon, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Dr. Kayssi is a vascular surgeon at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and a wound care physician at Women’s College Hospital.  He obtained his medical degree from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, before relocating to Toronto to pursue training in general and vascular surgery.  He subsequently completed a fellowship in limb preservation and wound care under the supervision of Dr. Richard Neville in Fairfax, Virginia.  Dr. Kayssi is a graduate of the Harvard School of Public Health, where he obtained a Master’s of Public Health focusing on quantitative methods.

Damien Dauphinee, DPM

Wise Health Surgical Hospital

Damien M. Dauphinée, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS, FACCWS, CWS-P, is board certified in Foot Surgery and Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is also board certified in Wound Management by the American Board of Wound Management. Dr. Dauphinée has a special interest in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery and trauma, as well as, peripheral nerve injuries. He is a current Fellow and served as President of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons in 2009. Dr. Dauphinée serves as faculty for the AENS Fundamental and Advanced Peripheral Nerve workshops, training surgeons to treat a variety of peripheral nerve pathologies. Dr. Dauphinée completed a mini-fellowship in external fixation techniques in 2007 at the Russian ILIZAROV Scientific Centre for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics (RISC-RTO) in Kurgan, Russia. In 2014 he was awarded the Jules Tinel, MD Lifetime Achievement Award by the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons for his contributions to peripheral nerve surgery. Dr. Dauphinée lectures nationally and internationally on the subjects of diabetic limb salvage, hyperbaric oxygen therapy for chronic wounds, and peripheral nerve pathology and treatment.

Dr. Dauphinée and his partner Raafae Hussain, DPM are the originators of The POD Doctors with Dr. Dauphinée and Dr. Hussain podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and everywhere you get your favorite podcasts.  They provide weekly episodes on podiatric medicine and surgery, as well as, COVID-19 and other medical topics relevant to our patients.

Dr. Dauphinée is the author of the Kindle Book Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Advanced Treatments for Preventing Amputations in Diabetic Populations which has become popular with patients and students alike.

Little Known Fact…Dr. Dauphinée played a “Cabrito Cook” in the 2013 Robert Rodriguez film “Machete Kills” with stars Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Lady Gaga, Sophia Vergara, Michelle Rodriquez, Mel Gibson, Carlos Estevez (Charlie Sheen), Antonio Banderas, Amber Heard, and Demian Bechir. 

Larry Osher, DPM

Kent State University. Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, and Director, Department of Radiology, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio


Bachelor of Science, Biology 1976, Wayne State University

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine 1982, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine

Surgical Residency of the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Completed July 1983

Rotations through:    Huron Road Hospital, Woman’s General Hospital, St. Vincent Charity Hospital.


Current:   Full Professor, Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine

Past:   Full Professor, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine


Director of Radiological Services (IRRP) Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine

Chairman, Ohio Dept. of Health, Radiation Generating Equipment Committee (REC)

Member, Governor’s Radiation Advisory Council, State of Ohio


Current KSUCPM & Past OCPM Chief Radiation Safety Officer (RSO).  Responsibilities include overseeing all radiation safety issues of the college and its related Cleveland Foot and Ankle Institute (CFAI) clinics (Euclid & Huron Road).  This includes administrative (quality assurance) and academic duties.  Duties have ranged from reading all Cleveland Foot and Ankle Clinic radiographs to both clinical and classroom instruction of both Students and Residents.   

Residency Education:  Currently, UH Podiatric Residents rotate every month throughout the year.  Each rotation is two-weeks through Radiology at the Independence Campus.


Beachwood Foot and Ankle Clinic – Manager from 1993 to 1996

Beachwood Foot and Ankle Clinic – Group Practitioner at its Inception in 1991


Member, KSUCPM Institutional Review Board (IRB)


St. Vincent’s Charity Hospital – Surgical Staff (Current)

University Hospital East – Richmond Hts. Surgical Staff (Current)

Carnegie Surgery Center (from 1993 until its closure)


  • Board of Governors Academic Scholarship – Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  • Accepted Honor’s Program – Wayne State U.
  • National Dean’s List Award of Merit in 1978-79
  • National Dean’s List Award of Merit in 1979-80
  • Pi Delta Podiatric Honor’s Society in 1981
  • Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine: Harvey Haber Award: Proficiency in Clinical Diagnosis – 1982
  • Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine: Phi Alpha Pi: Clinician of the Year, 1986-87
  • Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine: Podiatric Physician Recognition Award for Continuing Education 1982 -1986
  • Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine: Maimonides Award for Furtherance of Continuing Education 1986 – 1990
  • 1988 & 1993 Service Awards for 5 & 10 years of dedicated service to the College.
  • OCPM Hippocrates Award – 1990 thru 1994
  • 2001 Ohio Podiatric Medical Student Association President’s Award – Awarded for Excellence in Education
  • 2002 Ohio Podiatric Medical Student Association – President’s Award
  • Awarded for Excellence in Education and Loyalty to the College & Profession
  • 2003 Awarded Bronze William J. Stickel Research Award for Research Publication with Journal of Podiatric Medical Association
  • 2007 OCPM 25 Year Service Award
  • Honored Senior Class Commencement Day Faculty “Hooder” 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, & 2010
  • December 2009 Voted Ohio Magazine Outstanding Ohio Educator Award
  • Elected Faculty Graduation Marshall, May 2010
  • Voted Favorite Clinical Science Faculty Professor November 18, 2011
  • March, 2013 Inducted into the KSUCPM/OCPM Hall of Fame
  • Faculty Marshal & Honored Senior Class Commencement Day Faculty “Hooder” KSUCPM 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Faculty Marshal Class Commencement Day Faculty KSUCPM 2015 & 2016
  • Faculty Marshal – White Coat Ceremonies 2013 -2016
  • Kent State University – Scholar of the Month, July 2016


  • Member American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Member Ohio Podiatric Medical Association
  • Member Northeast Academic of Podiatric Medicine
  • Member, Pi Delta National Honors Society
  • CPM Pi Delta Honor’s Society Counselor 2013 – 2018

Ian Reilly

Ian Reilly  MSc, FRCPodS, FFPM RCPS(Glasg). Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Northamptonshire Foundation NHS Trust and Private Practice

Mr. Reilly has been qualified as a Podiatric Surgeon since 1996 and has performed over 11,000 surgical procedures. He has a particular interest in soft tissue and nail surgery and has lectured internationally on plastic surgical procedures of the foot, bunion surgery and steroid injection therapy.

Podiatric Surgery is well established in Northamptonshire and Mr Reilly leads the service for the local NHS Trust.  Prior to this he was a Senior Lecturer at Northampton School of Podiatry.  He is co-author of Foot and Ankle Injection Techniques: A Practical Guide, and has written chapters in Merrimen’s Assessment of the Lower Limb and Brown’s Skin and Minor Surgery. He is an invited speaker and international adviser for the US based International Foot and Ankle Foundation.  He is about to finish his professional doctorate on injection therapy of the 1st MTP joint at Staffordshire University.

Royal College of Podiatrists

Surgical Fellowship of the Surgical of the College of Podiatrists

Completion of Certificate in Podiatric Surgery Training (CCPST)

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow)                 

Fellow, Faculty of Podiatric Medicine (2017 to date)  

Royal Society of Medicine

Fellow (2018 to date)       

Expert Witness Institute (2009 to 2020)                                              

Captain: Army Reserve Officer                                     

Royal Army Medical Corps Fellow (2003 to date)                                

Concurrent examining/teaching roles

MSc external examiner, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (2019 – 2024)

Associate Lecturer, Huddersfield University ((2019 to date)

Research Profiles



Emma Cowley, PhD

FFPM RCPS(Glasg) FRCPodM FHEA CSci, Senior Teaching Fellow

Dr. Emma Cowley is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Podiatry at the University of Southampton, UK with over twenty-five years’ experience in musculoskeletal clinical practice, education, research and innovation. She is currently serving as Dean of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine at the Royal College of Podiatry (RCPod) and recently led authorship on the RCPod Podiatry Career Framework and RCPod Musculoskeletal Capability Framework. 

Emma’s work in education draws on her status a Chartered Scientist and, as part of her role as practice placements lead, she adapted the SOAPIER model to support clinicians in musculoskeletal assessment and conditions management decision making to build confidence in this element of practice commonly upheld as the area UK podiatrists have least confidence in.

Emma’s research interests inform her teaching strongly and extend from a small education portfolio through to the biomechanics of the foot and ankle in running, foot orthoses innovation, and the perceptions of the foot. In this last field she is pioneering citizen science methodology to reach diverse populations across the world to better inform global health care.  To hear Emma’s passion for communicating science, you can watch her recent TEDx talk here.

Michael E. Graham, DPM

Founder & President, GraMedica & Graham International Implant Institute

Dr. Michael E. Graham is a board certified podiatric foot & ankle surgeon and the inventor of the HyProCure sinus tarsi stent. He founded GraMedica, an orthopedic medical device company in 2003 and received FDA clearance of HyProCure in 2004.

He also founded the Graham International Implant Institute a research and educational company to promote the advancement of foot and ankle knowledge base.

Dr. Graham has authored more than a dozen peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and he lectures extensively all over the world on foot & ankle related topics.

Jordan Bueche, DPM

Associate, Achilles Foot Health Centre

Dr. Bueche is a recent immigrant from the US, where she graduated from Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine in Ohio and completed her residency at the Bay Pines VA hospital in Saint Petersburg, Florida. She grew up in Sarasota, Florida, and now lives in British Columbia with her husband. She currently works as an associate at Achilles Foot Health Centre in Surrey, BC.

Christopher L. MacLean, Ph.D.

Ph.D. (Biomechanics), University of Massachusetts Amherst M.Sc. (Human Kinetics), University of British Columbia B.Sc. (Exercise Science), Acadia University

Christopher MacLean is currently an Instructor at Dalhousie University within the Department of Health and Human Performance. His teaching includes Ergonomics within the Engineering Department and Athlete Injury Biomechanics within Kinesiology.

Most recently, Chris has been the Director of Fortius Lab & Applied Biomechanics at the Fortius Institute in Burnaby, British Columbia. Since designing and opening Fortius Lab, he has analyzed ~ 1600 distance runners whose goals include injury management, injury prevention and/or performance optimization. Using Qualisys motion capture, custom Visual 3D software and a Treadmetrix instrumented treadmill, the Fortius team has been able to advise athletes on potential injury mechanisms, and technique modification through gait retraining and footwear interventions. This technology is also utilized in the monitoring of athletes returning from ACL reconstruction and in completing contracted research projects with footwear industry partners.   

In Industry, he has been involved in the prescription foot orthotic industry for approximately 30 years first as Director of Biomechanics, and currently as Chair of the Professional Advisory Board at Paris Orthotics Lab Division, Vancouver BC. Chris is the Past President of the Prescription Foot Orthotic Laboratory Association (PFOLA) and Scientific Co-chair (with Dr. Douglas Richie, DPM) of the International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy that is annually sponsored by PFOLA.

Academically, Chris completed a Master of Science (Human Kinetics) at the University of British Columbia with Dr. Jack Taunton. Following this, he completed the Ph.D. (Biomechanics) program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with Dr. Joseph Hamill. His research efforts over the past several years have focused on the mechanism of overuse running injuries and on the dynamic influence of custom foot orthotic and running shoe interventions. He has presented at over 100 scientific and clinical symposia and has published articles in several peer-reviewed journals.

Nicholas Lewis, MD​

Assistant Professor of Radiology at Wayne State University School of Medicine and University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

Academic Appointments
7/2022 Present University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA

Keck School of Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology (Part Time)

7/2020 Present Wayne State University Detroit, MI

School of Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology

7/2016 6/2017 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA

Keck School of Medicine

Clinical Instructor in Radiology

Los Angeles County Medical Center

Faculty Fellow


7/2022 Present University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA

Keck School of Medicine

Musculoskeletal Radiologist (Part Time)

Consultant Radiologist for USC Trojan athletics

5/2018 Present John D. Dingell VA Medical Center Detroit, MI

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Radiology

Chief of Continuous Quality Improvement in Radiology

Site Director for Resident & Medical Student Education

MRI Safety Committee Chair

7/2017 5/2018 Detroit Medical Center Detroit, MI

Radiology Department

(Dr. L. Reynolds & Associates, P.C.; Southfield, MI)

Site Director for Resident & Medical Student Education

Sports Medicine Department

Consultant and Oncall Radiologist for the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit
Pistons, and Detroit Tigers

Education & Training
7/2016 6/2017 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA

Keck School of Medicine

Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship

7/2012 6/2016 Wayne State University Detroit, MI

School of Medicine

Diagnostic Radiology Residency

Chief Resident 20132016

6/2011 6/2012 HarborUCLA Medical Center Torrance, CA

Transitional Year Internship

7/2007 6/2011 Wayne State University Detroit, MI

School of Medicine

M.D. Medicine

8/2003 4/2007 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI

B.S. Cellular and Molecular Biology

Licensing Exams & Certifications

American College of Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology InTraining Exam

ACR DXIT: 99th percentile (Jan 2016)

Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology

ABR Core Exam: Pass (June 2015)

ABR Certifying Exam: Pass (Oct 2017)

United States Medical Licensing Exam

USMLE Step I: 99 (June 2009)

USMLE Step II CK: 99 (Aug 2010)

USMLE Step II CS: Pass (July 2010)

USMLE Step III: 85 (May 2012)

Medical College Admissions Test

MCAT: 36 97th percentile (April 2006)

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) & Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification

State Medical Board Licensure

Michigan: since 2012

California: since 2016

Bhatnagar A, AlHihi M, Ali R, Sharma N, Lai P, Monga A, Hadidchi S, Kayder O,
Amalraj B; Kordbacheh H, Johnson S, Abujudeh H, Paxton JH, Lewis NA. “Imaging Utilization Patterns and Injury Characteristics associated with Electric Standing Scooters in a Major Urban Area.” Dec 2021. J Emer Med. Vol 62 (2): 182190.

AlSmadi AS, Bhatnagar A, Ali R, Lewis NA, Johnson S. “Correlation of chest radiography findings with the severity and progression of COVID19 pneumonia.” Mar 2021. Clinical Imaging, vol 79: 1723.

Chiu MK, Lewis NA. Intraosseous gout mimicking giant cell tumor of the patella.
Mar 2020. Skeletal Radiology, vol 49: 13251328: https://doi.org/10.1007/s0025602003422y

Rangunwala H, Patel KN, Daous AM, Yu H, Le M, Lewis NA, Shah KA. “Diagnosing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is as Easy as Diffusion Tensor Imaging: A Systematic Review.”
Musculoskeletal series lecture at RSNA 2016 meeting.

Pereira K, Halpern JA, McClure TD, Lewis NA, Kably I, Bhatia S, Hu JC. “Role of Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE) in the Management of Refractory Hematuria of Prostatic Origin.” Sept 2016. BJU International, 118(3): 359365.

Ye YQ, Wu Z, Lewis NA, Fan QX, Haacke EM. “Retrobulbar MRA Using Binomial OffResonant Rectangular (BORR) Pulse.” Oct 2015. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 74: 1050.

Tannir J, Schlachter D, Lewis NA, Black EH. “Intraconal Implant Outcomes A Retrospective Study.” Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, April 2011, Vol 52, Issue 14, 724: (http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2351286).

Bailey C, Lewis NA. “Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome: Review and an Interesting Case of ‘Fatberg in the Tunnel.’” Educational exhibit at the Association of University
Radiologists meeting, April 2020: https://eposters.aur.org/media/E061/index.html

Lewis NA, Matcuk GR, Patel DB, White EA, Schein AJ, Skalski MR, Tomasian A.
“Musculoskeletal System ImagingGuided Percutaneous Biopsies: Update and Systematic Review.” Educational exhibit presented at RSNA 2016 meeting.

Chadha M, Lewis NA, Ali O, Sharma P. “High Patient Callback Rates in Diagnostic Ultrasound.” Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, Dept of Radiology. Quality Storyboard exhibit presented at RSNA 2014 meeting:

Lewis NA, Liu JP, AlHihi M. “Sensitivity of Shoulder Sonography for Detection of Fullthickness Rotator Cuff Tears at our Institution.” Winner at Wayne State University
Radiology Resident Research Night, 2014.

Richani K, Lewis NA, Black EH. “Alloderm graft eyelid reconstruction in patients with thyroidassociated orbitopathy.” Presented at Kresge Eye Institute Update in Clinical Ophthalmology Conference, 2010.


2017 Anthony Salvador, D.O. (DMC Radiology Resident, Class of 2018)

2018 Salah Abdelhadi, M.D. (DMC Radiology Resident, Class of 2019)

2019 Eliezer BarMier (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2020)

Ahmad Babaa, D.O. (DMC Radiology Resident, Class of 2021).

2020 Rhett CarpenterThompson (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2022)

Michael Chiu, M.D. (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2017; DMC
Radiology Resident, Class of 2022; USC MSK Radiology Fellow, Class of 2023).

2021 Zaid Mohsen (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2023)

Mayzar Kavousi (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2022)

2022 Ian Detroyer (Wayne State University School of Medicine, Class of 2024)

2014 Wayne State University School of Medicine, Lecturer in Year 1 Gross Anatomy:

Upper Extremity Radiologic Anatomy

Lower Extremity Radiologic Anatomy

Head & Neck Radiologic Anatomy

2014 2016

Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center & Henry Ford Hospital

Rheumatology Department Interdisciplinary Case Conference

2018 Wayne State University School of Medicine Year 3/4 Radiology Elective: Kirstie
Boykin, Mitra Bahaee, Michael VanAntwerp

2019 Wayne State University School of Medicine Year 3/4 Radiology Elective: Lubna Ayoubi,
Amanda Dooley, Madison Grasty, Diksha Ratnam

2020 Wayne State University School of Medicine Year 3/4 Radiology Elective: Tushar Shetty,
Ankur Kapadia, Raymond Chung, Matthew Martin, Lily Bonadonna

2021 Wayne State University School of Medicine Year 3/4 Radiology Elective: Zaid Mohsen,
Martin Weaver, Mazyar Kavousi, Nikki Taylor, Matthew Silbergleit, Jennifer Cui, Nicole
Murray, Rebecca Koopman

2022 Wayne State University School of Medicine Year 3/4 Radiology Elective: Sean
Mccarthy, Zaid Mohsen, Marwa Harp, Kaycee Ching, Michelle Malik

2022 John D. Dingell VA Medical Center Sonography Student: Michael Aiken

Honors & Awards

2020 HOUR Detroit Top Doctors, Radiology

2019 HOUR Detroit Top Doctors, Radiology

2010 Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society

2009 Aesculapians Honor Society, Wayne State University

2008 Wayne State Medical Alumni Association Summer Research Fellowship

2007 Wayne State University Faculty Scholars Endowment

2007 Wayne State University Board of Governors Scholarship

2003 Coca Cola “Art of Harmony” Competition, National Finalist

2003 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Gold Key for Visual Arts Portfolio

Committees & Service
2021 Present

Wayne State University, School of Medicine Admissions Committee, Interviewer

2020 Present

Detroit Medical Center Radiology Residency Program

Clinical Competency Committee (CCC)

Program Evaluation Committee (PEC)

2019 Present

John D. Dingell VA Medical Center

MRI Safety Committee Chair

Peer Review Committee

Graduate Medical Education Committee

Lawrence Oloff, DPM

Palo Alto Foundation Medical Group

Focused on sports injuries and deformities of the foot and ankle. Specializing in arthroscopic and surgical correction of acute and chronic conditions of the foot and ankle.

B.S., Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

D.P.M., Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Delaware Valley Medical Center, Bristol, PA

Board Certification
Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery

Athletic Team Affiliations
San Francisco 49ers, Team Podiatrist, 1992-2006
San Francisco Giants, Team Podiatrist, 1998-Present
Santa Clara University, Team Podiatrist, 1992-Present
San Jose Ballet, Attending Podiatrist, 1992-2002 

Hospital Affiliations
Sequoia Hospital, Redwood City, CA

Teaching Positions
Dean for Academic Affairs, California College of Podiatric Medicine

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Chief Foot Clinic, Stanford University Medical Center

Professional Societies
American Podiatric Medical Association
California Podiatric Medical Association
Santa Clara Valley Podiatric Medical Society

Academic and Professional Awards/Distinctions
Podiatry Management 2017 Most Influential Podiatrists
Podiatry Management 2011 Most Influential Podiatrists
Podiatry Management 2006 Most Influential Podiatrists

Named Distinguished Practitioner by National Academies of Practice, 1989

Third Place Award for Excellence in Medical Writing
Presented at the American College Foot Surgery Annual Meeting
February 22, 1988
Las Vegas, NV

Third Place Award for Excellence in Medical Writing
Presented at the American College Foot Surgery Annual Meeting
February 20, 1986
Tucson, AZ

Third Place Award for Excellence in Medical Writing
Presented at the American College Foot Surgery Annual Meeting
February 23, 1985
Tampa, FL

First Place Award for Excellence in Medical Writing
Presented at the American College Foot Surgery Annual Meeting
February 22, 1984
Las Vegas, NV

Second Place Award for Excellence in Medical Writing
Presented at the American College Foot Surgery Annual Meeting
February 19, 1983
San Francisco, CA

Suggested Reading
Healing the heel

View Dr. Oloff’s Publications and Papers

Listen to Dr. Oloff’s Radio Interview

Kenton Marshall, B.B.A.

Account Executive, Arthur J Gallagher Insurance

Kenton Marshall joined Gallagher at the beginning of 2015 and has worked through progressive roles over the past six years. Kenton has a focus on Medical Malpractice and mid-sized commercial accounts and is based out of Calgary, Alberta. He has worked with the CPMA membership for three years and is the preferred broker for Podiatrists across Canada.

Kenton is a graduate of the Business Administration Program from Mount Royal University. He is the co-author of peer reviewed risk analysis and mitigation academic papers.