Honoring Women in Neuropsychology for Women's History Month

In 1987, Congress declared March as Women’s History Month. NAN wants to join in observing and celebrating the remarkable and vital role that women have played, and continue to play, in neuropsychology. The NAN Women in Leadership Committee and the NAN Executive Board want to recognize the countless contributions of women who presently serve, and have served, as leaders in NAN and in neuropsychology. Please join us in celebrating the richness and diversity of their achievements. To that end, we want to highlight a woman of distinction in NAN.

Dr. Sandra Koffler, Ph.D. is a NAN Fellow and was NAN's first female President (1995), and is principally responsible for initiating programing and support for trainees at NAN. Dr. Koffler was born in New York and moved to Philadelphia in 1978. She is professor emeritus at Drexel University College of Medicine, where she initiated the neuropsychology program in the graduate school and the Neuropsychology Service in the University hospital. She has had an amazing career teaching courses in the Graduate School and mentoring graduate students, interns and post-doctoral residents, and has helped launch many careers in clinical neuropsychology. She has held many distinguished positions with in APA, AACN and NAN and now maintains a private practice in Philadelphia.