Yashika Dooley, MD, MS, FACOG, LCS Certified Coach


I am passionate about women’s health care and training the next generation of physicians and thought leaders in medicine, and have dedicated my career to helping recruit and retain women in medicine and redefine their role as advocates for themselves and their patients.

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After completing my undergraduate degree at Howard University, I earned my medical degree at Harvard Medical School. I then completed my Obstetrics and Gynecology residency in the United States Air Force at Wright Patterson/ Miami Valley Combined Residency Program, and a three year fellowship training at Loyola in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery while earning a Masters in Clinical Research. I am also an assistant professor at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.


As a trained surgeon and academic leader with over ten years of coaching experience, I help physicians who are overworked, frustrated or struggling to maintain balance.


I help you assess your current situation, identify stress points and develop clear paths for success. My coaching is focused on leveraging your mind, time and effort to have the career and personal life that you desire.


I help you live, navigate, and succeed on your terms.