Dr. Myllyluoma is a social scientist with a diverse academic and professional portfolio that combines public health research, management experience, executive coaching, and teaching and training. Her teaching goal at the Carey Business School is to develop ethical and effective business leaders with the skills to navigate today's complex economic, social, institutional, and leadership challenges. She has a joint faculty appointment at JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she is currently directing the survey operations for a landmark cohort study on mental health, utilizing her expertise from 25-years of experience in directing large-scale primary data collection efforts. Her emerging applied research focus is on empowering moral decision-making and moral wellness in the workplace. She is a certified professional coach (CPCC) and has a private practice in coaching executives and leaders in for-profit and non-profit organizations.
Honors and distinctions
- Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence, Carey Business School, June 2019
- Certified Empowerment Practitioner, Empowerment Institute, June 2012
- CPCC, Certified Professional Coach, Co-Active Training Institute (CTI), September 2008
- From Toxic to Thriving: Moral Resilience in the Workplace. Presented at Teaching Ethics at Universities conference at Brigham Young University, June 2019.
- Assessment of Distress, Disorder, Impairment and Need in the Population. Co-author of Chapter 4 in Public Mental Health, Second edition, edited by William W. Eaton and M. Danielle Fallin. New York, Oxford University Press (2019).
- 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.