As each of us does our part to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, the GTMRx Institute staff is working remotely and suspending business travel through the end of March to adhere to the CDC’s guidance for social distancing at this critical time.
This means that while our physical office space will be closed, we will be open remotely, and most activities will continue as normal. The importance and urgency of our work has never been clearer.
Remote Work Plan
We are committed to moving forward as planned with our efforts, using phone and video technologies to hold meetings and educational sessions. We will revisit our remote work and meeting plans at the end of March and keep you apprised of changes.
Workgroup and taskforce meetings will continue to be held every other week during the set standing dates over the Zoom platform. Thank you in advance for making the work of the Institute a priority during this trying time. Should you need to cancel or re-schedule a workgroup or taskforce meeting, please contact Izzy Serji (contact info below).
Staff will be available during normal business hours (9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. EDT). We will be checking our office voicemail at (703) 394-5398 twice daily at 11:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and will return messages within 24 hours.
You also may contact members of the GTMRx Institute staff directly:
- Katherine Capps, Executive Director and Co-founder
- Sandra Morris, Director of Business Development
- Izzy Serji, Operations Manager
- Direct: 703-269-3385
- Chelsea Lamm, Office Coordinator
- Simon Hallerman, Business Development Intern
We Don’t Need to Shake Hands to Join Hands
We know that many in the GTMRx community are working on the front lines of patient care and many others are working around the clock to provide the technology, equipment and other resources needed to rapidly diagnose and care for our families and neighbors. Our intention is to continue to be a resource and virtual gathering place for our members. We are exploring ways we can harness the power of our community during this crisis and as always, welcome your ideas!
To all in the GTMRx community, please accept our gratitude for your tireless work.