Huma Shah, DrPH, MPH has over 15 years of health care administration experience spanning marketing, strategic planning, community and business development. She is passionate about reducing the stigma of mental illness and addiction and is active in the community forging partnerships with key constituents who share her interests in the field. As the Director of Research for Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center, Dr. Shah leads out on research and clinical outcomes by forging collaborations across the LLUH campus. She is an integral part of the leadership team and is actively involved in strategic initiatives across the hospital while establishing a strong organizational culture using a value based approach.
She has served as a faculty member in the School of Public Health since 2012 and is a member of the Center for Leadership and Health Systems. She teaches or has previously taught in the following areas related to her practice experience: Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management, Strategic Planning, Health Policy Communications. A former recipient of the Dysinger Excellence in Teaching Award, Dr. Shah loves the art of teaching and connecting with her students to help them achieve their purpose in life. Her research interests include organizational culture, clinical outcomes, and spirituality in the workplace.