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Recognizing FADCES Achievements

Make your contributions to diabetes care and education known by becoming an ADCES Fellow.

ADCES Fellows

What it Takes to Become an ADCES Fellow

ADCES® fellows are a distinguished group of diabetes care and education specialists recognized for providing exceptional diabetes care and education.

Our Fellows Program recognizes those leaders in our field who have made outstanding contributions to ADCES and diabetes care and education through clinical practice, research, education or health policy, including the development and implementation of mentorship programs for diabetes care and education specialists.

ADCES Fellows & Fellows Application

Current ADCES Fellows

ADCES fellows exemplify excellence in the field of diabetes care and education.

To honor their achievement, we’d like to introduce you to our recently selected fellows below.

Fellows Application

A limited number of ADCES fellows (FADCES, formerly FAADE) are selected each year. To be considered, submit your application during the open application period. Applications are now open through March 1st, 2024.

Contact us for questions about the application process at [email protected] or 800-338-3633, ext. 4810. 

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Current ADCES Fellows

Introducing Our Newest ADCES Fellows

Our current ADCES fellows have achieved a higher level of education and have made exceptional contributions in the field of diabetes care and education. Please join us in congratulating our 2023 ADCES fellows.

Anastasia Albanese-O'Neill

PhD, APRN, RN, CDCES, FADCES

Veronica Brady

PhD, FNP-BC, BC-ADM, CDCES, FADCES

John Bucheit

PharmD, BCACP, CDCES, FADCES

Ardis A. Reed

MPH, RD, LD, CDCES, FADCES

Kellie Rodriguez

RN, MSN, MBA, CDCES, FADCES

Magon M. Saunders

DHSc, MS, RDN, LD, FADCES

Patti Urbanski

MEd, RD, LD, CDCES, FADCES

Eileen D. Ward

PharmD, BCACP, CDCES, FADCES

Acknowledging our 2022 ADCES Fellows

Looking back a year, these diabetes care and education specialists were recognized for their contributions to the field and became ADCES fellows in 2022.

Nancy Allen

PhD, ANP-BC, APRN, FADCES

Patricia Davidson

DCN, RDN, LDN, CDCES, FAND, CHSE, FADCES

Starlin Haydon-Greatting

MS-MPH, BSPharm, CDM, FAPhA, FADCES

Gwen Klinkner

DNP, RN, BC-ADM, CDCES, FADCES

Betsy Rodriguez

BSN, MSN, FADCES

LaurieAnn Scher

MS, RD, CDCES, FADCES

Sneha Srivastava

PharmD, BCACP, CDCES, DipACLM, FADCES

FADCES

Tiffaney Threatt

PharmD, CDCES, BC-ADM, FADCES

Christina Whitehouse

PhD, AGPCNP-BC, CDCES, FADCES

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About ADCES Fellows

Since this is an ADCES Fellows Program, the most important items on the application are your contributions to ADCES and to the diabetes care and education specialty. We highly recommend being involved as a volunteer with ADCES on the national, state and local levels. It’s also important to contribute to scholarly activities like editorial boards, publications and presentations. 

The personal essays are reviewed to ensure the word count doesn’t exceed 750 words. If the word count exceeds 750 words, we would contact you and request that you edit your essay to meet the 750-word requirement.

Yes, the application fee is part of the application submission. Even if you’re not selected as a fellow for the year you applied, the fee will not be refunded to you. As a result, we encourage you to talk with other ADCES fellows to be sure that your application meets all the criteria before applying to be an ADCES fellow. If you’re not selected and you apply the following year or even a few years later, you’ll need to pay the application fee again. Of course, we always encourage you to connect with ADCES staff members if you have any questions or concerns about your FADCES application.