AAPAE Candidate – Cannon

Malin Cannon, BA, C-TAGME

Riverside University Health System

Statement of Interest

I have had the opportunity to serve on the AAPAE Council for the past two years in the Councilor - Membership position. I have enjoyed this chance to contribute positively to the AAPAE community and would like to continue to serve our members in the President-Elect position. The AAPAE plays an important role in providing mentorship and support for new and seasoned Program Administrators and Educators. The mentorships and role models I have found in AAPAE has had a very positive impact on my professional development and I feel vey grateful to be part of this group. If elected to serve on the Council, I want to work to ensure that we continue to provide this support and to encourage continuous career development among our members to promote the value of the Program Administrators and Educators within GME and our specialty.


Malin Cannon is the Program Coordinator for the anesthesia residency program at Riverside University Health System (RUHS), located in Moreno Valley, CA. She has worked in graduate medical education for 10 years and brings to the job a long history of experience in education which began in the K-12 public school system. Malin has successfully completed the requirements for Certification of Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education and is currently working on a Master of Education in Instructional Design. With the coming of age of the single accreditation system she facilitated the RUHS anesthesia residency program make the transition and become the first Osteopathic anesthesia residency program to acquire ACGME initial accreditation.

While at RUHS, Malin has been involved in several institution-wide GME activities that have facilitated her professional development and commitment to residency education. She has presented her collaborative projects at local and national conferences.