Jaana Myllyluoma, PhD (Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) is a fulltime faculty lecturer with a specialty in leadership ethics. Dr. Myllyluoma is a certified professional coach and empowerment practitioner, and has a private practice coaching executives and academics. She serves as consultant and trainer for observational data collection studies, and has served on the Ethics and Standards Committee of the International Coach Federation (ICF). Dr. Myllyluoma has authored and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and research reports and presented at professional conferences. Prior to joining the Carey School, Dr. Myllyluoma directed research projects at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, and was the site director for Battelle’s Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation.
- ACC (Associate Certified Coach), International Coach Federation (ICF), February 2015
- Empowerment Practitioner, Empowerment Institute, June 2012
- CPCC, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Coaches Training Institute, September 2008
- Teaching Ethics: What’s Coaching Got to Do With It? Coaching World, International Coach Federation, May 2011.
- Assessing community-wide outcomes of prevention marketing campaigns through telephone surveys. Social Marketing Quarterly 2000.