Health Leadership Program
After a two-year hiatus, the Health Leadership Program will be back in 2014.
The newly designed leadership program for nonprofits and public agencies will be jointly led through the UC Davis Institute for Population Health Improvement and the University of San Francisco’s School of Management.
Program details and applications for participation in the Health Leadership Program will be available in spring 2014, and classes will begin in the fall.
Since 2001, the Health Leadership Program, which was originally delivered by the State Capital Center of the University of Southern California in conjunction with the Marshall School of Business, has helped 270 leaders in the nonprofit and public sectors to become better skilled with a stronger vision for their organizations and communities. The program was initially co-directed by Dr. Rich Callahan and Dr. Dave Logan.
The 2014 program will build upon the previous 10 years and work to develop the skills of current and emerging leaders in organizations that work to improve community health and well-being and reduce health disparities across a broad range of issue areas such as education, employment, access to health services and youth development.
We continue to support the HLP Alumni, remaining committed to the development of individual leaders and capacity building of organizations that work to make our communities healthier for all.
Photo: Health Leadership Program Class X