Carmen W. Landrau, MD is a board certified physician who specializes in cardiology and is a professional keynote speaker who uses her experience navigating a male-dominated and hierarchical career to empower other women by sharing techniques that help them understand how to best use their skills, get support and manage their time efficiently.
She has helped numerous women understand the importance of recognizing their talents and voicing their achievement in order for them to get to the next step in their careers and in life.
As a member of the speaker's bureau of the American Heart Association, Dr. Landrau has presented both live and on TV teaching about prevention and management of heart disease in women and in the adult population in general.
Dr. Landrau completed her medical training at Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico, followed by a residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology at the McGovern Medical School, formerly known as The University of Texas Medical School in Houston. After her graduation she was hired as part of the staff of the cardiology division at UT and later on decided to open her own private practice.
Dr. Landrau has been featured in H Texas and Houstonia Magazine, recognized among Houston's Top Doctors and is a contributor to online journals. She is available for speaking to corporations, groups, workshops and coaching sessions.
On today's episode we discuss:
- Carmen's journey into a male-dominated field
- How to advocate for yourself
- How to empower the women around you