CAHME Announces Four New Accreditation Council Members: Johnson, Montagnolo, Rosenthal and Stebbins.

The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) announced four new members will join the CAHME Accreditation Council: Christopher E. Johnson, PhD, Professor and Chair at the University of Louisville; Anthony Montagnolo, MS, Consultant for the World Bank; Nancy Levitt-Rosenthal, MPH, FACHE, MHA program Professor at the University of New Haven in Connecticut and CEO at Kalivar; and Carla Stebbins, PhD, MHA, Director MS in Health Systems Administration at Rochester Institute of Technology. The additions are effective July 1, 2022 and are for a three-year term.

“The Accreditation Council and the CAHME team are looking forward to working with Chris, Anthony, Nancy and Carla to impact the next generation of healthcare leaders,” said Christine Winn, MHA, MS, FACHE, CAHME Accreditation Council Chair, and Senior Vice President, Ambulatory Operations at Cooper University Healthcare. “They are passionate healthcare educators and healthcare executives who have a track record of enabling students to meet their full potential and become leaders in healthcare.”

“Christopher, Anthony, Nancy and Carla are CAHME Fellows who served as site visitors, and on committees and taskforces,” said Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE, CAHME President and CEO. “Through their service, they demonstrate their commitment to CAHME’s mission of advancing the quality of healthcare management education.”