Class of 2002, M.H.A.
Chief Administrative Officer, Mayo Clinic in Florida
UF MHA Class of 2002 graduate, A.J. Dunn, has recently been elected to the Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees as of February 17, 2023, at the most recent quarterly meeting. Dunn has held the position of Chief Administrative Officer at Mayo Clinic in Florida since December 1, 2021. Prior to this role, he served as an administrative fellow and subsequently as chair of Advanced Care at Home and Digital Practice Strategy.
Past Alumni Spotlights
CLASS OF 1974, M.B.A.
Founder and CEO, PMMC Revenue Cycle Management Solutions Roger Shaul has had a career in the health care industry for over forty years. Recently, Shaul has gifted the College of Public Health and Health Professionals with the Shaul MHA Scholarship. This grant will support graduate students as they go through the rigorous coursework and gain necessary knowledge for the workforce. Awarded annually starting this fall, Shaul hopes the scholarship can help students have an impact in their own careers.
Class of 2014, M.H.A.
Jacob Fischer has been recognized as a 2020 Rising Star by Pensacola Inweekly. Each year, the newspaper recognizes 64 young professionals that are making great strides in their field and community. With over 200 nominations from different fields, Fischer's work within his community has set him apart.