Position: Director of Graduate Public Health Programs
Location: HPB 233 & Gregory 155
Phone: (540) 665-5560
Employed Since: 2016
DrPH, University of Arizona; MPH, University of Arizona; MA, Western Michigan University; BA Rollins College
Fields of Expertise:
- reproductive health
- family planning
- global health
- food security
- gender equality
- women’s empowerment
Michelle Gamber is the Founding Director of the graduate public health programs at Shenandoah University. Prior to joining SU, she held a wide range of positions in global public health and development while at the same time maintaining several adjunct teaching appointments. She has expansive experience mentoring and teaching undergraduate and graduate students in public health, as well as working on health programs domestically and internationally. She managed DHS surveys with ICF International and served as a technical expert with USAID for the Office of Population and Reproductive Health and in the Office of Food for Peace. She has also worked with, and consulted for, several NGOs, private organizations, and other academic institutions supporting global health programming and research throughout the Unite States, Africa and Asia.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
Collegiate soccer player and professional and college waterskier.