Mark A. Baker, DO
President-elect, American Osteopathic Association
Mark A. Baker, DO, an osteopathic diagnostic radiologist from Fort Worth, Texas, currently works at Western Radiology in Fort Worth specializing in diagnostic radiology. In addition, he serves as a clinical associate professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNTHSC/TCOM) in Fort Worth. Previously he served as acting chair and course director for the Department of Radiology and as a member of the teaching faculty for the Department of Gross Anatomy at UNTHSC/TCOM.
Aside from his involvement in the AOA, Dr. Baker is active in the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association and the American Osteopathic College of Radiology. He is also a member of the American College of Radiology, Texas Radiological Society and the Texas Medical Association.
After earning his osteopathic medical degree from UNTHSC/TCOM in 1976, Dr. Baker completed an internship at Public Health Service Hospital in New Orleans, followed by a residency in diagnostic radiology at Fort Worth Osteopathic Medical Center.
Dr. Baker resides in Fort Worth with his wife.
Brigadier General Jerome P. Limoge, Jr.
Assistant Adjutant General – Air, Colorado National Guard
General Limoge commands and directs manning, training and employment of Colorado Air National Guard resources, a force of over 1500 officers and airmen.
General Limoge enlisted in the Air Force in 1974 and received a direct commission in 1984 in the United States Army Reserve. Prior to his current assignment, he was Air National Guard Assistant to the Command Surgeon, Air Mobility Command. General Limoge served as the advisor on Air National Guard issues such as aeromedical evacuation, airlift, personnel issues, waiver process and policy decisions concerning the significant participation of the Air National Guard in worldwide airlift and refueling missions. General Limoge advised the Air National Guard Air Surgeon and Air National Guard Assistant to the Air Force Surgeon General on representing and developing policy for the entire Air National Guard medical mission. General Limoge has served in a variety of command and staff positions on active duty and as a traditional guardsman including State Air Surgeon and Joint Force Surgeon, Democratic National Convention, Deputy Group Commander, Chief of the Medical Staff and deployed Squadron Commander.
He is the recipient of the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (with 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters), as well as many other prestigious awards and ribbons.