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Nicholas (Nick) Fleming recently moved West and has been an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Executive Health Practice at University of California San Francisco since 2013. In addition to clinical practice at UCSF, he works on the Admissions Committee, teaches residents and interns, participates in the Payer Partnerships Committee, and provides medical assistance and local running races and triathlons. Previously he practiced in Spartanburg, South Carolina with Carolina Medical Affiliates and was the medical director of the Subacute Unit at the Spartanburg Hospital for Restorative Care. He completed his residency and internship at Massachusetts General Hospital and was a researcher with Partners Health Care Systems, Inc., in Boston. While studying at Harvard Medical School, Nick co-authored and edited the Source Book of Substance Abuse and Addiction for the school's Division on Addictions. He also spent four years as director of the outreach program for children cancer patients for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and worked in a fundraising capacity for the Spartanburg Center for the Arts, History and Science. Nick was a Trustee on the Spartanburg Arts Partnership Board, on the board of Spartanburg Technical College Foundation and the Foundation Board of the Governor's School for Math and Science; he is former chair of the Spartanburg Regional Foundation Heart Board. A magna cum laude/Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University with a BA in art history, Nick earned joint masters in public policy and MD degrees from Harvard University. He is a Fellow of the inaugural class of the Liberty Fellowship Program and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.