Study’s results are noteworthy because for-profit institutions provide a lot of the specialty health care services in the U.S.
Kulleni Gebreyes coupled her Johns Hopkins MBA and Harvard medical degrees to promote health equity initiatives. “COVID as a global pandemic and racism as a public health crisis, it’s not enough for us to do our best in our own lanes. We wanted to make...
Q&A: Associate chief medical officer uses Carey MS in Health Care Management to lead through pandemic
Suzanne Rybczynski used her Carey MS in Health Care Management to transition from physician to associate chief medical officer. Her advice to aspiring medical leaders: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
Courtney Chang (MPH/MBA ‘16) uses her dual degree to reach underserved populations. Using a human-centered design model, her team created tailored campaigns to increase COVID-19 vaccination in refugee communities.
Carey MBA alum, Gracelyn McDermott, leads business development at Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest nonprofit health care plans in the U.S. She shares her takeaways from leading through COVID and the changing health care industry.
Carey alum and senior vice president of HR for Sony Music Publishing, Elicia Felix-Hughey, talks the benefits of an MBA for a career in HR and navigating COVID’s effects at a global enterprise.
Deputy Comptroller Sharonne Bonardi is at the forefront of Maryland’s tax policy, stimulus distribution, and recovery plans throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Stacey Lee offers her insights into the recent COVID-19 vaccination mandates announced by President Biden.
Q&A with Zachary Schwartz (MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure, ’10), who was recently named CEO of YAYS, a hospitality company based in Amsterdam. He is charged with growing the company while navigating a pandemic that has upended the hospitality and...
Workforce transformation expert Melissa Swift joins Dean Alex Triantis in a discussion of ‘the transitioning labor market,’ the latest entry in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
An expert on infrastructure development, Carey Business School Assistant Professor Luis Quintero looks at the ingredients in the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act being considered by Congress.