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June Membership Meeting 2022 

Dr. G Sealy Massingill, Chief Medical Officer 

Comprehensive Women's Healthcare in Texas from 1985 to Present



Dr. Massingill graduated from University of Texas at Austin in December 1980 and University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1985.  He began his career as an intern at John Peter Smith hospital in his hometown of Fort Worth shortly thereafter, completing OBGYN residency in 1989.  After serving in the United States Air Force, he returned to John Peter Smith and joined the clinical faculty as Director of Outreach Clinics.  In his career at JPS, he served as President of Medical Staff and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.  In January 2017, he assumed the role of Chief Medical Officer for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas. 

 Currently, Dr. Massingill serves as chair of the newly-created Texas Medical Association Section for LGBTQ Health.  He serves ACOG as a delegate to the American Medical Association.  He is a member of the AMA Council on Long Range Planning and Development. He is past president of the Texas Medical Association Foundation and current member of the Texas Medical Association Council on Science and Public Health. Dr. Massingill is past President and a current member of the Tarrant County Medical Society Board of Directors.   

Dr. Massingill has been married to his wife, Debbie since 1981 and has three adult children.  He is an avid amateur golfer and a fervent University of Texas Longhorn fan. 

May Membership Meeting 2022  

Carol Klocek, CEO of Center for Transforming Lives 

    

View Carol's presentation here

At our May Membership meeting, we welcomed Carol Klocek, CEO of Center for Transforming Lives. (CTL) The center works with women and children to disrupt the cycle of poverty. One surprising statistic was that the first year of life is the most common age to be homeless in the U.S., followed by ages two to five.   CTL provides comprehensive homeless services, early childhood education and economic mobility services, child care, family housing and trauma intervention services. They offer one on one financial coaching and asset building, plus other economic mobility interventions. Post pandemic, CTL has distributed $1 1/2 million in rental assistance.





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