7 Years with American College of Surgeons: Angela Gucwa

Angela Gucwa believes strongly in professional networking. Particularly in a field like medicine, it is important to be connected with politically powerful people so that knowledge and talent can be supported. Just recently, Angela Gucwa has celebrated spending seven years with the American College of Surgeons.

The American College of Surgeons is a professional organization that is dedicated to the networking needs of surgeons. Angela Gucwa has been mentored by the American College of Surgeons, and much of her success today she attributes to the amazing people that she met through this group.

Angela Gucwa
Angela Gucwa

In addition to networking and meeting several talented individuals through the American College of Surgeons, Angela Gucwa also served on the Education Committee and the Young Surgeons Committee. She feels very strongly about giving back to the organization that is helping her get on her feet as a young surgeon.

Angela Gucwa has been a member of the American College of Surgeons ever since she graduated from medical school at the Medical College of Georgia in 2006. Since then, she has been extremely successful in research and publication, and will soon be board eligible for vascular surgery.

Angela Gucwa encourages other surgeons to consider joining a professional organization like the American College of Surgeons. It is important to have a foothold politically and to have people know who you are in addition to your talent you would be to bringing to the table. Angela Gucwa has the talent and the ability to network well with those around her, which will give her a distinct advantage in the world of medicine.

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