Ms. Bronner is currently a Clinical Education Manager at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, in the Family Medicine Department. Here, she provides leadership, vision setting and coordination of training for students, as well as managing the multi-professional primary care education project. She received her BS and Bachelors degree at the University of Florida, her Masters of Health Services Administration at Florida International University, and her MBA at UNO. Bronner is also a Certified Nursing Assistant, is fluent in Spanish and French, and has significant experience managing several sizeable federal grants. She is a prolifically published researcher on matters of family health and health care barriers facing minorities. Bronner is currently a member of several boards, committees and professional organizations, including the National Area Health Education Center Organization (NAO), the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), the UNMC Legislative Team, Rural Primary Care Physician Assistant National Conference Planning Committee, and UNMC Chancellor’s Rural Health Initiatives Advisory Committee. Bronner is also involved as a volunteer for several community organizations, including Latinas Unidas of Omaha and InterNations expatriate community support group.