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Instructors & Staff

Contact and bio information for Leadership Institute (Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute) instructors and staff members.

2018 NWPHLI Instructors

The Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute has a diversity of faculty, staff, instructors, and guest presenters from the University and Washington and beyond. These are experts on numerous public health topics, including maternal and child health and health equity.


2018 Leadership Institute Faculty and Staff

This list will be updated as new information becomes available.

Michelle Sarju, MSW

Northwest Public Health Leadership Institute Director,
University of Washington
Public Health - Seattle & King County
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Katie Bell, MHA, MBA

Instructor, PBL facilitator and mentor
Community-Oriented Public Health Practice, University of Washington
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Sarah Cohen, MFA, PhD

Technical Support
NWCPHP E-Learning Coordinator
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Dennis M. Dennis, PhD, RN

Instructor, Leadership 360
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Deborah Gardner, MPH, MFA

Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Project Manager
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Gita Krishnaswamy, MEd, MPH

Instructor, PBL facilitator and mentor
Community-Oriented Public Health Practice, University of Washington
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Sarah Manchanda

Technical Support
NWCPHP E-Learning Manager
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Bruce Miyahara, MHA

Leadership Projects instructor and coach
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Kurt O'Brien, MHROD

Instructor, Leadership Development
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Jack Thompson, MSW

Leadership Projects instructor and coach
NWCPHP Faculty
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Panelists and Guest Instructors

In 2018 the leadership institute will invite guest panelists and presenters from throughout the field, including notable public health leaders from the region. To learn more and get a sense of the presenters we tend to invite, read the bios of 2017 Leadership Institute guest presenters and panelists.