Lolita McDavid as a UAlbany Student
Lolita McDavid ’70
Pediatrician and Children's Advocate

A world-class pediatrician and tireless advocate for children's rights and welfare, she was a founder and director of the first county-wide office of the Children's Defense Fund and helped establish Voices for Children of Greater Cleveland. Now medical director for child advocacy and protection at Cleveland's Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, she is in pediatric residence at Case Western Reserve University.
Lolita McDavid ’70
M.A. Public Administration
1970
City Planner
Cleveland, Ohio
1979
Medical Degree Case Western Reserve
University
1982
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Yale University
1991
Advocate Children's
Defense Fund
1996
Medical Director Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
2002
Pediatric Expert And Commentator Discovery Health TV Channel


 

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