Served as board council for Georgia Chapter. Responsible for governance, research activities, and planning annual chapter research conference.
Review manuscripts for peer reviewed, articles on pedagogical, curricular, and accreditation issues pertaining to public affairs education, commentaries, symposia, and book reviews.
Description of the Session: This presentation meets the specific call for the Education in the Health Professions Special Interest Group (EdHP-SIG). This Inspire session is applicable to all academicians, but especially those in the health professions. Through this session, the academician will learn how to develop a culture that promotes self-care, collegial support, and student success. Specific actions that can be implemented in the attendees business or university will be presented and program outcomes will be shared.
This blog was a response to a call for articles regarding research/scholarship Opportunities: Covid-19 Focused. How do organizational cultures and structures change during times of crisis? In my response, I explore the culture of preparedness.
This was a phenomenal conference and I was truly elated to share my ideas with 250+ women leaders.