Tollie Elliott, MD
Dr. Elliott holds a Bachelor of Science from Howard University and a Post Baccalaureate degree from Fisk University. He attended Howard University College of Medicine and obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree in 2000. He completed his residency in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Georgetown University in 2004 and was named Outstanding Senior Resident in Gynecology. Dr. Elliott is Board-certified. He is committed to community development, having taught in the Prince George’s County Public Schools and served as director of a mentoring program for at-risk youth early in his career. Dr. Elliott enjoys family life, music and travel. Prior to rejoining Mary’s Center, Dr. Elliott worked at Providence Hospital in Washington, DC, where he was a Staff Physician and Co-Chair of the Ob/Gyn Department in 2014. He also served as an Associate Professor at Howard University Hospital. Dr. Elliott was recognized as a Washingtonian Top Doctor in 2016.
Kristina Andersson, DO, FAAP (Medical Director, Silver Spring site)
Board certified pediatrician Kristina Andersson sees patients at the Mary's Center site on Flower Avenue in Silver Spring, Maryland. Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, she attended Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency at Georgetown University Hospital. She speaks English and Spanish and has been a member of the Mary's Center team since November 2009. In her spare time, Dr. Andersson enjoys: running, swimming, biking, gardening, and playing soccer with her son.
Pediatrician Dr. Anne Carpinelli is the Medical Director for our Georgia Avenue site. She joined Mary’s Center staff in September 2013. Dr Carpinelli says “I chose to work at Mary’s Center because I have a strong interest in ensuring that the social determinants of health are addressed, particularly for vulnerable populations, such as new immigrants and the families of children with special needs. I enjoy working here because of my wonderful colleagues and the warm-hearted patients we serve.” She studied medicine at the University of Illinois-Chicago and completed her residency at Boston Children’s Hospital/Boston Medical Center. Her research interests include quality improvement and care coordination within the family-centered medical home. Originally from Kansas, Dr Carpinelli speaks English and Spanish. She jokingly adds that she also speaks “Baby-nese”! During her free time she enjoys singing, playing piano, writing, doing yoga and pilates, and going to the park or museums with her family.
Dr. Cornejo serves Mary's Center’s participants as a board certified pediatrician. He is also the Senior Administrative Medical Director at Mary's Center. Dr. Cornejo attended medical school at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and completed his residency at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga. He has been a member of the Mary's Center team since November 2009 and speaks English and Spanish. Dr. Cornejo enjoys mountain biking, painting and traveling with his wife.
Board Certified Pediatrician Paul J. Doherty, fluent in Swahili and English, joined the Mary Center’s team in August 2013. Before attending Medical School at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Doherty volunteered for the Peace Corps in East Africa and for a HIV and GLBT healthcare organization in D.C. In his free time, he enjoys: yoga, skiing, hiking, travel, cooking and gardening.
Dr. Maria L. Marquez is a Board Certified pediatrician who completed her internship, residency and chief residency in the Pediatrics Department at Georgetown University. After her training, Dr. Marquez joined the faculty at Georgetown University Hospital, where she has been practicing and teaching since 1999. She has been frequently recognized as a Washingtonian Top Doctor, and developed a medical educator career as Associate Dean of Reflection and Professional Development and Full Professor of the Department of Pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine. In addition Dr. Marquez has served in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) at national and regional levels; passionately advocating children's oral health as theirs overall health, as Co-Founders of the District of Columbia’s Oral Health Coalition, and Co-Chair of the Dental-Medical Collaboration group. She is very proud to be a member of the Mary’s Center team, and to serve as Director of the Clinic at Fort Totten. Dr. Marquez values a holistic approach to health. On a personal level she enjoys travelling, music, cooking and going to the museums with her family.
Dr. Mazie has been a Mary’s Center pediatrician since November 2004 and sees patients at the Mary’s Center site on Georgia Avenue in Petworth, D.C. Fluent in English and Spanish, she attended medical school at Wake Forest University and completed her residency at Brown University’s Hasbro Children’s Hospital. In her spare time, Dr. Mazie enjoys gardening, good food and spending time with her children.
Dr. Stephanie Pope holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. She completed medical school at the University of Maryland and her pediatric residency at Georgetown University in 2010. She especially enjoys working with children with special health care needs and adolescents. She speaks English and Spanish. Dr. Pope says: "I am grateful that I can work as part of a large experienced multi-disciplinary team to help patients overcome social and economic barriers to accessing quality health care with dignity. It is absolutely possible to attain social change through medicine and good health". In her free time, Dr. Pope enjoys mentoring students, exploring museums with her son and husband, experiencing new cultures, science fiction and pupusas.
A pediatrician and Medical Director for our Ontario Road site in Adams Morgan, Dr. Jessica Schroeder sees patients at that location. She attended Medical School at the Medical College of Virginia (VCU School of Medicine) and completed her residency at Children's National Medical Center. Dr. Schroeder has been a member of the Mary's Center team since 2002 and speaks English and Spanish. She has lived in Washington, D.C. since 1999 and has three children - all born at home. In her free time, Dr. Schroeder enjoys running, gardening, and hiking. Dr. Schroeder says: "I love coming to work every day to see my patients grow and change. I also really enjoy helping children feel better when they are sick. We have great staff here and wonderful patients.”
Dr. Marlorie Stinfil is a board certified pediatrician who has been a member of the Mary's Center team since March 2009. She sees patients at the Mary's Center site on Georgia Avenue in Petworth, D.C. Born and raised in New York City, she attended medical school at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and completed her residency at New York University Langone Medical Center. Dr. Stinfil speaks English and medical Spanish. In her free time, Dr. Stinfil enjoys baking, listening to music and traveling. Dr. Stinfil says: "I chose to work at Mary's Center because I wanted to work for an organization that provided wrap-around care (medical/behavioral/dental/social) to patients of all walks of life regardless of their ability to pay."
Board Certified in Family Medicine, Dr Tirsit Adane joined Mary’s Center in August 2015. She practices at our Georgia Avenue location in Washington DC. Dr. Adane attended Meharry Medical College and completed her residency at Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital. She speaks some Spanish and Amharic and enjoys traveling, long distance running, and trying new recipes. Dr. Adane says: “I chose to work at Mary’s Center because of their admirable mission to serve to community, as well as the opportunity to take care of the whole family from a holistic point of view.”
Dr. Agarwal practices Family Medicine at the Mary’s Center site on Ontario Road in Adams Morgan, DC. She attended medical school in Karachi, Pakistan and completed her residency in Alabama. Dr. Agarwal joined the Mary’s Center team in July 2008 due to her interest in practicing primary care in a community setting with a wide range of ages and races as well as medical and social challenges. She speaks English, Urdu, Hindi, and medical Spanish. In her spare time, Dr. Agarwal enjoys cooking, learning about other cultures, and raising her two children.
Dr. Shauna Stupart obtained her BS in Biology summa cum laude from Howard University and her medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine. She did her residency in Family Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and also holds qualifications in International and Public Health and Women's Health. She has served military families at Andrews Airforce Base in Maryland and Aviano Air Base in Italy. Besides seeing patients at Mary's Center, Dr. Stupart also serves as Primary Liaison for our Health Homes program, providing linkages and coordination between medical and behavioral health services. She enjoys biking, yoga, theatre, learning languages and traveling.
Dr. Dana Mueller is board certified in Internal Medicine. She studied Medicine at the University of Virginia and completed her residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She joined Mary’s Center in August 2014 and sees patients at the site on Georgia Avenue in Petworth. Dr. Mueller, who speaks English and Spanish, is particularly interested in patient education and self-advocacy and Hepatitis C. She enjoys baking, running, playing soccer and playing with her nieces and nephews.
Dr. Ashley Harris is an Internist at Mary’s Center. She attended Georgetown Medical School, and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. After completing a fellowship in General Internal Medicine, during which she focused on research to improve health disparities among low income women, Dr. Harris joined the staff at Mary’s Center in September 2015, and sees patients at the Montgomery County and Prince George’s County locations.
Martin J. O'Hara, MD, Cardiologist and Internist
Dr. Martin O’Hara studied at University College, Dublin, National University of Ireland and completed his residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Columbia University/Presbyterian Hospital, both in New York City. Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, he specializes in adult cardiology and sees patients at our Georgia Avenue clinic. He joined the Mary’s Center team in November 2014. Dr. O’Hara speaks Spanish, French and German and enjoys traveling, politics and international affairs, reading and soccer. Dr. OHara says: “I like to practice medicine because it combines modern science and exciting advances with getting to know and helping people. As the phrase goes, I am “translating” the knowledge acquired through research into improving the lives of ordinary people. I choose to work at Mary’s Center because it uniquely tries to meet the needs of people who otherwise would not have access to quality medical care. The people who work at Mary’s Center all have a sense of mission to provide the best care to our patients.”
Sarah Ali, Infectious Disease Specialist, MD
Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Dr Sarah Ali joined the Mary’s Center team in August 2015. She is based at our Georgia Avenue site in Petworth, DC. Dr. Ali attended American University of the Caribbean. She did her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Saint Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center in Manhattan. She also completed the Infectious Disease Fellowship Program at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Ali, who is from Lafayette, Louisiana, speaks English and enjoys swimming, running and painting.