Dr. Anthony Fauci with Barbara Boxer - On Call: A Doctor's Journey in Public Service (Dominican University of California)

Dr. Anthony Fauci
In conversation with Barbara Boxer

On Call
A Doctor's Journey in Public Service

$48 Ticket includes pre-signed book
Tues., June 25th, 2024 • 7:00pm PT

Angelico Hall - Dominican University of California

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We are honored to welcome world renowned doctor and public servant, Dr. Anthony Fauci to Dominican University of California, for an evening celebrating the release of his memoir, On Call : A Doctor's Journey in Public Service.


The memoir by the doctor who became a beacon of hope for millions through the COVID pandemic, and whose six-decade career in high-level public service put him in the room with seven presidents

Anthony Fauci is arguably the most famous – and most revered – doctor in the world today. His role guiding America through Covid earned him the trust of millions during one of the most terrifying periods in modern American history, but this was only the most recent of the global epidemics in which Dr. Fauci played a major role. His crucial role in researching HIV and bringing AIDS into sympathetic public view and his leadership in navigating the Ebola, SARS, West Nile, and anthrax crises, make him truly an American hero.

His memoir reaches back to his boyhood in Brooklyn, New York, and carries through decades of caring for critically ill patients, navigating the whirlpools of Washington politics, and behind-the-scenes advising and negotiating with seven presidents on key issues from global AIDS relief to infectious disease preparedness at home.
On Call will be an inspiration for readers who admire and are grateful to him and for those who want to emulate him in public service. He is the embodiment of “speaking truth to power,” with dignity and results.


Dr. Anthony Fauci served as Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health from 1984 to 2022. He also served as the Chief Medical Advisor to President Joe Biden. He is currently a Distinguished University Professor at Georgetown University with a joint appointment in the School of Medicine and the McCourt School of Public Policy. He has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the National Medal of Science, and the Mary Woodard Lasker Award for Public Service and has been awarded 62 honorary doctoral degrees, and is the author, coauthor, or editor of more than 1,400 scientific publications.



Barbara Boxer served as California’s United States Senator from 1993 to 2017. She previously served in the U.S. House of Representatives for five terms after serving as a Marin County Supervisor for six years.
Boxer is known as a fierce fighter for California and its people. She is also known as a consistent advocate for women, children, families, workers, the environment, and equal rights for all.
She successfully passed laws that established the first federal funding for after school programs, permanently protected one million acres of beautiful California wilderness, ensured drinking water is safe for the most vulnerable, was one of 23 Senators to oppose the war in Iraq and was a go-to leader on abortion rights.
Boxer’s career is marked by a number of firsts: first woman ever elected to the 2 nd Supervisorial District in Marin County; first woman ever elected President of the Marin Board of Supervisors; first woman ever elected to the House of Representatives for California’s 6 th Congressional District; in 1992 made history with Dianne Feinstein as the first 2 women ever elected to the U.S. Senate from any state in the union; first woman to chair the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee; first woman to chair the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee.
Boxer graduated from Brooklyn College in New York State in 1962 where she majored in economics. She worked as a stockbroker before moving to California with her husband in 1965.
Boxer has been married to her husband Stewart Boxer since 1962. They have two married children and four grandchildren.
Upon her retirement from the U.S. Senate in 2017, Boxer donated her papers to UC Berkeley, where she gives an annual Boxer lecture, interviewing strong woman leaders. She continues to make speeches across the county, taught at USC Center for the Political Future where she is currently an advisor. She appears bi-monthly on Spectrum TV in Southern California, is a strategic consultant as co-chair of ACTUM, LLC and volunteers for a number of children’s organizations. She is proud to serve on the Board of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate where she works with a number of former colleagues to help preserve democracy and the American dream.




Dr. Anthony Fauci - photo credit Christopher Michel; Barbara Boxer photo courtesy of the publicist



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Published: Viking - June 18th, 2024