Stephanie Yendell (DVM/MPH-PHP ’11) supervises the Health Risk Intervention Unit at the Minnesota Department of Health and runs the Lead and Healthy Homes and Toxic Free Kids programs.
Senka Hadzic works as a project facilitator at the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI), volunteers on the SPH Alumni Society’s Opioid Work Group, and mentors SPH students.
Michelle Heavens (MHA ’04) was named the vice president of Operations, Clinical and Network Services for Ascension Health.
Ryan Tingey (MHA ’10) was named the chief operating officer (COO) for Henderson Hospital in Henderson, NV.
Ogechika Alozie (MPH ’10) was named the new chief medical officer (CMO) at Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, TX.
Becker’s Hospital Review named Ken Jones (MHA ’03) to its list highlighting African Americans who have taken on leadership roles across the country in hospitals, health systems, and national organizations.
Megan Harrison will be supporting low- and middle-income countries to develop national food-based dietary guidelines.
Ron Pearson is a 1985 graduate of the environmental health program and currently serves as the secretary for the SPH Alumni Society Board of Directors and volunteers on the Engagement Committee.
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is pleased to welcome four new instructors this spring: Cari Worner (MHA ‘00), Matt Johannsen (MHA ’17), Michael Troy, and Matt Anderson.
John Amuasi (PhD ’14, MS ’14, MPH ’07) recently spoke with the media about community practices that lead to poor outcomes for snake bite victims.
Congratulations to Robert Sabina (MHA ’10) for being named chief operating officer for HCA Houston Healthcare Tomball in Tomball, TX.
Brent Schmidt (MHA ’09) was named the new administrator of Intermountain Sevier Valley Hospital in Richfield, UT.