2020 ASAHP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
In 2005, the Association’s Board of Directors approved the creation of a leadership development program aimed at individuals in ASAHP member institutions. The eighth iteration of this offering will occur in 2020 with Part I scheduled for May 15-16 in Columbus, Ohio. Part II will take place in Long Beach California on October 26-27 immediately prior to the 2020 Annual Conference, which is on October 28-30.
Individuals who are accepted for the program also will be expected to register and participate in the Annual Conference and pay the full registration costs for that meeting.
The program will feature outstanding guest speakers who possess significant expertise and experience in various aspects of higher education administration. The period between May and October will be devoted to a combination of team projects. Participants will have the opportunity to pursue issues of interest while also developing personal leadership skills.
·No fewer than 10 and not more than 16 participants will be selected. Normally, no more than one person will be chosen from any single member institution.
·Eligible applicants: Priority will be given to department chairpersons/directors, associate/assistant deans, and new deans (appointed within the previous 24 months at the time of applying). Others would be considered based on space availability. Self-nominations are permissible.
·The registration fee for each participant is $1,500. Expenses for lodging, travel, conference registration, and meals will be the responsibility of either the individual participant or the institution.
·Applications must be submitted electronically by November 30, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will be notified of their selection in January 2020.
2018 ASAHP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
Elizabeth Adams, University of South Alabama
Abiodun Akinwuntan, University of Kansas Medical Center
Rafael Bahamonde, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Catherine Balthazar, Governors State University
Anthony Breitbach, Saint Louis University
Konrad Dias, Maryville Univeristy Of St. Louis
Lisa Dutton, St. Catherine University
Shandra Esparza, University of the Incarnate Word
April Harkins, Marquette University
Byron Russell, Midwestern University – Arizona
Francine Seruya, Quinnipiac University
Patricia Talbert, Howard University
Stacy Walz, Arkansas State University – Jonesboro
Ericka Zimmerman, Western Carolina University
Wendy Hanks, Pacific University
2016 ASAHP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
Mark Blegen, St. Catherine University
Stephen Burrows,Sacred Heart University
Marc Campolo, University of the Sciences
Amy Darragh, The Ohio State University
Gianluca De Leo, Augusta University
James David Taylor, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Carolyn Giordano, Thomas Jefferson University
Susan Gordon-Hickey, University of South Alabama
David Henzi, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
David Hudson, Western Carolina University
Bonnie Van Lunen, Old Dominion University
2013 ASAHP LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
Dr. Andrew Butler, Georgia State University, Associate Dean
Dr. Elizabeth Cada, Governors State University, Dean
Dr. Colleen Croxall, Eastern Michigan University, Interim Director
Dr. David Demo, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Associate Dean
Dr. Nancy Devine, Idaho State University, Associate Dean & Director
Dr. Donna Fry, University of Michigan – Flint, Associate Dean
Dr. Susan Long, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Associate Dean
Dr. Thomas Masterson, Jr.Central Michigan University, Associate Dean
Dr. David Miller, Springfield College, Dean & Professor
Dr. Paula Rhyner, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Associate Dean
Dr. Shannon Clifford, Long Island University, Chair
Dr. Teresa Conner-Kerr, Winston Salem State University, Chair & Professor
Dr. Rosemary Hogan, University of Missouri, Chair
Dr. Bradford Schwarz, University of Kentucky, Division Director