This highly-qualified expert has over 30 years of experience in healthcare management. He earned his BA in political science from the American University and completed graduate coursework in health care public policy at the University of Chicago. Throughout his career, he has been highly involved in health care forums, having a hand in healthcare changes such as successfully lobbying Congress to include kidney transplantation in HR 1 in the 1970s. He has formerly served as the program director for the American Kidney Fund and the director of development for the National Kidney Foundation. He also served as the evaluation director of the Mayor's Office Model Cities Anti-Poverty Programs during the Daley administration in the city of Chicago. Currently, this expert serves as the CEO of two healthcare consulting firms and the president of a healthcare staffing organization.
BA, Political Science, The American University
Former, Program Director, The American Kidney Fund
Former, Director, Development, National Kidney Foundation
Former, Evaluation Director, Mayor's Office Model Cities Anti-Poverty Program, City of Chicago
Former, Congressional District Campaign Coordinator, United States Senate
Current, CEO, two healthcare consulting firms
Current, President, a healthcare staffing organization