2021-2022 Chief Administrative Resident
Michelle Uzor, M.D.
School of Medicine
As a first-generation Nigerian-American, Dr. Michelle Uzor has lived in Georgia for most of her life. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from The University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!). Following graduation, she was awarded an NIH grant and spent a year at The University of Florida where she completed research in steroid hormone gene expression in ovarian follicular cells. She then went on to earn her medical doctorate at Morehouse School of Medicine. She now is a fourth year OB/GYN resident. Michelle is committed to serving the underserved both here and back in Nigeria with future plans to pursue general obstetrics and gynecology. She is passionate about medical education and healthcare disparities. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and during her free time, you can find her planning her next international or weekend trip adventure, practicing hot yoga or an Orange Theory class, exploring new restaurants in the city, or spending time with her large family.
Danielle Oliver Morton, M.D.
2021-2022 Quality Chief
University of Virginia
School of Medicine
Dr. Morton received her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of Maryland. She spent a year prior to medical school serving as a congressional intern for U.S. Congressman Steny Hoyer. She then received her medical degree at University of Virginia. At UVA, Dr. Morton developed a passion for obstetrics and gynecology. She realized that the vast field would allow her to explore her many interests- from the marketing of women’s wellness to policy centered on reproductive rights. She continues to explore these interests during residency. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, Pilates, baking, and spending time with her family.
Amber Watters, M.D.
Morehouse School of Medicine
Dr. Watters is from Atlanta, GA. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Georgia State University, where she spent time mentoring high school students and guiding them through the college admissions process. She spent 3 years volunteering in under served communities via AmeriCorps. Following her tenure with Americorps she attended Morehouse School of Medicine where she received her medical degree. Dr. Watters continued into OB/GYN residency with Morehouse School of Medicine and is now a fourth year resident. Her interests include health disparities and maternal mortality. In her free time, Dr. Watters enjoys trying new restaurants, listening to music, spending time with her family and friends, and binge watching Married at First Sight.
Lynette Wynn, M.D.
University of Michigan Medical School
Dr. Lynette Wynn is a Detroit native, who prior to moving to Atlanta, spent 11 years gathering degrees in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She received a BS in Brain, behavior and cognitive science; a MPH in Health Behavior and Health Education with specialization in health communication and health informatics; and a MD from the University of Michigan. She is passionate about health equity and mentorship. Women's health topics of interests include pelvic pain, pelvic reconstruction and program development for underserved communities. When out of scrubs, she enjoys traveling abroad, seeking new adventures (skydiving up next!), and trying different cuisines.