Dr. Gillette began his career in bioethics while a Philosophy Professor at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia. Shortly after receiving tenure, Dr. Gillette resigned his post at the college to pursue a full-time career in Medical Ethics.
Dr. Gillette has helped a wide variety of organizations develop medical ethics programs. Dr. Gillette has worked with hospitals, long term care facilities, medical schools, mental health facilities, community-based service providers and intellectual disabilities facilities. In addition to supporting on-going contracts, Dr. Gillette is a dynamic speaker, often presenting at seminars and conferences or guest lecturing at Universities around the country.
Throughout the years, Dr. Gillette has received a number of teaching awards including the Medical College of Virginia Outstanding Teacher Award in both 1999 and 2000 and the Excellence in Teaching Award from the MCV Medical Class of 2002.