Sandra DiPasquale, DrPH, FACHE, CSSBB
Dr. DiPasquale began her professional career as a clinical psychologist. Later, she received a Doctor of Public Health degree, from the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh where she was awarded a Public Health Service Traineeship and served as a Teaching Fellow.
She has held a variety of positions as a health care administrator as well as administering the Partnership for a Drug Free America's tracking study, directing a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program Office for: Building Health Systems for People with Chronic Illnesses, and serving as CEO of federally qualified health center. As a Six Sigma Black Belt, she was a Partner Associate with SUNY at Buffalo’s Center for Industrial Effectiveness.
Currently, she is the Program Administrator for the Health Services Administration program at Bryant & Stratton College; holds an appointment in the University at Buffalo’s Department of Social & Preventive as well as CEO of SD Solutions, LLC, focusing on performance improvement and the “human” skills that promote individual and organizational development.