Dr. Maureen Hall has been a faculty member of Ross University School of Medicine since September 2009, primarily in the role as academic coach/facilitator with a background as a family medicine physician. Her work particularly involves small group teaching and individual academic coaching, for students in both the basic and clinical sciences, including teaching metacognitive strategies; motivational skills; test-taking, study and learning strategies; and individual student learning assessments. She has certification in the Essential Skills in Medical Education Simulation (ESME-Sim). She has a passion for excellence not only in helping students succeed by encouraging them to develop the skills for self-directed and lifelong learning, but also in leadership and administration to support colleague advancement. She is the Former Interim Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Former Chair and Ex-Officio Chair of the Student Promotions Committee.