Lorie Tabak, M.P.H.

Lorie Tabak

Chief of Staff
Administrative Fellowship Preceptor

Lorie Tabak supports the Administrative Fellowship Program by serving as the program preceptor. In this role, she is responsible for the education and development of the fellow. She also consistently provides guidance and counseling and serves as a vital resource for the fellow. Lorie is well suited for the preceptor position due to her experience overseeing various operations at the Mount Sinai Medical System for 12 years. At Baylor College of Medicine, her primary role is to manage and direct the business, financial, planning, budgetary, and operational activities of the College's academic units and board relations.

Erin Cannon, Ph.D., M.P.A.

Erin Cannon

Director of Clinical Business Services, Patient Business Services
Administrative Fellowship Program Supervisor
BCM Administrative Fellow, 2009-2010

Erin Cannon supports the Administrative Fellowship Program by serving as the program supervisor. In this role, she serves as the main contact and coordinator for the Fellowship Program. Due to her experience as a former fellow, she is well suited for the program supervisor position and is able to better counsel and advise the current fellows. Through the relationships Erin made during her fellowship, she is able to effectively manage the program and solicit new fellow projects.

Bonnie Weisman, J.D.

Bonnie Weisman

Executive Director of Human Resources
Administrative Fellowship Professional Mentor

Bonnie Weisman supports the Administrative Fellowship Program by serving as the program mentor. In this role, she brings her experience as an attorney and human resources executive to guide the fellows with their transition from an academic setting to a professional work environment. Bonnie’s role in Human Resources includes oversight of Baylor's Employment Team, International Services Team and the You FIRST Team. She graduated from Emory University and the University of South Carolina School of Law. She also holds a LL.M in international economic law from the University of Houston Law Center.