Dr. Mao Shing Ni,
Chair of the Board of Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has
announced that Lois Green, M.H.S.A. has been appointed as President.
Green will succeed
retiring President, Lawrence J. Ryan, PhD.
According to Mary Flaherty,
Chair of the Board of Trustees Search Committee, Green emerged as the top
candidate from a national pool of applicants. Green earned her Master of Health
Services Administration degree from the University of Michigan. As clinical
associate professor at the University of Southern California (USC) Price School
of Public Policy, she gained extensive experience in administration of the
School’s health policy and management degree programs, student and faculty
affairs, and curriculum development.
While at USC, Green
spearheaded the creation and successful launch of the Executive Master of
Health Administration degree program. She has also taught at UCLA, UC Irvine and
UC San Francisco. Green has earned significant competitive grant funding and
maintains a USC research affiliation. She has held senior management positions
in two large Southern California health systems and is a long-standing advocate
for the integration of Western and Traditional Chinese medicines.
Founded in 1989 and
celebrating its 25th anniversary of excellence, Yo San University is
an accredited not-for-profit higher education institution conferring both masters and doctoral degrees.
Located in the
Venice/Marina Del Rey area of Los Angeles, the University serves 220 degree candidates
and provides over 20,000 free or low cost acupuncture treatments per year.
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