#PowerHour With Dr. Kendra Segura: What You Need To Know About Women's Health


Aug. 10 2020, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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We're talking about women's health with Dr.Kendra Segura! Dr. Kendra has been coined as "Your OBGYN Next Door”.  She has devoted her time and her heart to helping women of color both inside and outside of her practice. In order to help inform those she cannot see in person, Dr. Kendra reaches out through various forms of media to provide OB/GYN information and resources. On August 11th, we'll get a chance to talk with her exclusively in the Her Agenda INSIDERS Slack about women's health subjects.

She leads women to take control of their health by becoming informed and empowered. Dr. Kendra is all things real, relatable, and authentic, characteristics she brings into medicine where others are not. We're ready to have this conversation and get answers to the questions we want to know.

Dr. Kendra Segura is an obstetric/gynecologist practicing in Southern California. She completed her residency in Rochester, New York. She also has a Masters of Public Health from Loma Linda University in Southern California. She has worked for the Los Angeles county health department, where she performed disease surveillance and health education.

Dr. Kendra is also a co-author of the amazon best seller “The Chronicles of Women in White Coats,” in which she writes about her decision to study medicine, a decision that came later for her than for most doctors. Through her writing, she hopes to inspire the next generation of “women in white coats” to pursue their goals and talents.

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