Kelley Meade, MD is Associate Dean of Academic and Clinical Affairs for the School of Medicine Dean's Office at BCH-Oakland. Dr. Meade provides vision and direction to the Dean’s Office and advises leadership in the UCSF School of Medicine and the UCSF Health Children's enterprise on how to best integrate the two institutions and support faculty in their clinical, research, teaching, and advocacy work. Dr. Meade is also the Associate Chief Medical Officer for BCH Oakland and a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. She completed her medical training at the Chicago Medical School, which is a part of the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, and her residency in pediatrics at the Boston Medical Center, an affiliate of the Boston University School of Medicine.

Suzanne Sutton, MPH is the Director of Strategic Programs and Initiatives. Suzanne provides program management, consultation, and problem solving to partners at BCH Oakland, School of Medicine, and the UCSF campus regarding a range of issues related to the academic mission. She designs and executes special initiatives to facilitate the academic infrastructure at BCH Oakland. Suzanne has a master’s degree in public health from Columbia University and bachelor’s degrees in integrative biology and art practice from UC Berkeley. She received the 2011 UCSF Chancellor’s Award for Exceptional University Service.

Tracy Cummings is the Executive Assistant to the Dean's Office. Tracy leads cross-bay and externally facing communications, event planning, calendaring, and integration activities. Her knowledge and expertise of UCSF and Children’s Hospital Oakland help faculty and staff to navigate both sides of the affiliation with greater ease. Prior to joining UCSF, Tracy worked at the Oakland Children’s Hospital federally qualified health center and in several of the hospital’s ancillary service units.