Lynn Kiehne, Ed.D., MHA
HPNP, Room 4148
Lynn Kiehne most recently served as the Health Care Administrator for Pinellas County, working in the department of Health & Human Services. She has over thirty years of healthcare experience in executive management of healthcare organizations varying from university teaching hospitals, multi-hospital systems, and large physician group practices. Her doctorate is in organizational leadership and she enjoys teaching as an adjunct faculty for University of Florida and University of Phoenix. Her special research interests are in organizational leadership and governance issues, strategy, physician practice management, quality improvement and alternative models for insuring indigent populations
She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), having served as regent for West Central Florida.
As an active community volunteer she has served on several boards including the Girl Scouts Suncoast Council and the YWCA Tampa Bay, past-President of the Tampa Day School’s Educational Foundation, and the SE representative for the University of Minnesota Alumni Foundation. She remains active with Boy Scouts, currently serving as an Advisor to a SCUBA Crew, facilitates EDGE (an adult leader program) and participates in Woodbadge (21st century training for scout leaders).
She is a past recipient of the 3M and Modern Healthcare’s Up and Comer award given annually to ten executives under the age of forty who have made noteworthy contributions in the healthcare field in the United States. She is married to Vitauts Gulbis, an attorney and they have two children, both currently in college.