Jullet Davis Weaver, Ph.D., MHA
Professor and Director
Dr. Jullet (Davis) Weaver received her BS in Health Services Administration from the
Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York system. Both her MHA
and PhD in Health Policy and Administration are from the Pennsylvania State University.
Her area of specialization is organizational theory and statistical methods. Her research
interests include long-term care, nursing home management, health care disparities,
HIV/AIDS, and more recently, the Zika Virus Disease. Dr. Weaver has published articles,
book chapters, and cases.
She has also received several grant awards within her discipline. Dr. Weaver is on
the editorial board for the “Leadership in Health Services” journal and an ad hoc
reviewer for several health services journals. Prior to her career in academics, Dr.
Weaver worked as a health care supervisor in the fields of public health and managed
care. Dr. Weaver currently serves as the Chair for the Undergraduate Review Committee
for the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.
George Raul Audi, Ph.D., MBA
Associate Professor and Faculty Advisor for Upsilon Phi Delta
Dr. Audi earned a Ph.D in Health Services Policy and Managing from The University
of South Carolina, a M.B.A. from East Carolina University and a B.A. from The University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He is currently a program reviewer for AUPHA and on the Planning Committee for AUPHA’s
Annual Conference. Dr. Audi is a member of AUPHA, APHA, HFMA and SMA. Dr. Audi’s published research focuses on areas of; healthcare finance, health disparities,
opioid addiction, student advancement and medical marijuana. Dr. Audi has received funding to explore areas of healthcare related to medical marijuana.
Dr. Audi also serves as the faculty advisor for the healthcare management honor society,
Upsilon Phi Delta.
Vanessa B. Crowther, DrPH
Assistant Professor and Graduate Recruitment Development Coordinator
Dr. Crowther holds a Doctor of Public Health degree from Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University, a Master of Public Health degree from City University of New
York, Hunter College and a Bachelor of Science in Health and Nutrition Sciences from
City University of New York, Brooklyn College.
Among her research interests are: the utilization of public health genomic technologies
as new opportunities for disease prevention and treatment, health disparities and
health equity, and clinical/community partnerships for chronic disease management
and health promotion. Her current research projects are food insecurity among older
minority adults. She holds professional memberships in the American Public Health
Association, Florida Public Health Association, and Association of University Programs
in Health Administration. Dr. Crowther’s 30 years of public health management experience
include health program planning, implementation and evaluation, grant-writing, contract
management, budgeting, quality assurance and strategic planning.
Robbya R. Green-Weir, Ph.D., MHSA
Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Program Coordinator
She received her doctoral degree at EMU’s College of Education in Educational Leadership.
Robbya received her Masters of Science degree in Health Administration from Central
Michigan University, a graduate certificate in Community Medicine Research & Evaluation
from Wayne State University, and a certificate in Diversity Management from Cornell
Her research interests are in the areas of soft skill competency training and development,
health disparities. Some of her notable research projects have been “Assessing Knowledge
and Perceptions of Community Members Specific to the Compassionate Use of Marijuana”
and “A Collaborative Approach to Address Food Insecurity in Older Adults in Leon County.”
She serves as a program reviewer for the Association of University Programs in Health
Administration (AUPHA) and is a member of the Florida Chapter (Tallahassee Leadership
Team) of the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE). Additionally,
she serves on the Board of Directors of the American College of Healthcare Executives
(North Florida). She has 30 years of corporate-level health administration experience
and 20 years of higher education teaching experience.
Marisa A. Lewis, PharmD, MPH
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator
Marisa Lewis received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Texas Southern
University, a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from Florida A & M University and
a Master’s Degree in Public Health, with a concentration in Health Systems Management,
from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine.
Lewis’s research interests are in the areas of health care disparities, health literacy,
Zika Viral Disease, and medical marijuana. She has served on several Association
of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) Undergraduate Program Review
committees, and currently serves on the Tallahassee Leadership Team for the National
Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) Florida. Additionally, Lewis serves as the FAMU health care management liaison to the America
College of Health Care Executives (ACHE) North Florida Chapter. Lewis has a diverse
background in management and health care with many years of experience in association
management as the Executive Director of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association
(SNPhA) and as a practicing pharmacist. In higher education, she has 30 years’ experience.
Odell Stroud, Jr., JD
Assistant Professor and Strategic Partnership Liaison
Odell Stroud, Jr., a licensed attorney in the State of Florida, is an Assistant Professor
of Health Law in the School of Allied Health Sciences at Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University (FAMU). Attorney Stroud received a Bachelor of Science degree
in Business Administration from the School of Business and Industry at Florida A &
M University and a Juris Doctorate from the College of Law at Florida A & M University.
In addition to teaching Health Law courses, Attorney Stroud has taught criminal law,
American court, and other legal courses at FAMU. Prior to joining the faculty at
FAMU, Attorney Stroud litigated personal injury, criminal, and traffic cases.
Attorney Stroud serves as the Strategic Partnership Liaison, responsible for building/nuturing
the internship/fellowship relationships between the division and its corporate partners.
He has published research in the areas of racial inequities and diversity and inclusion.
His research interests are in the areas of medical marijuana, health disparities,
and criminal law inequities/disparities. He is a member of a research team that has
received funding for Medical Marijuana research.
Pia S. Woodley, DBA
Assistant Professor and Internship Coordinator
She completed her Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management at the Florida A&M
University. With her degree from this program, she was selected for a direct commission in the
United States Navy as a Medical Services Corps (MSC) Officer. As a MSC, she held the designation of Hospital Administrator specializing in Medical
Logistics. As a Logistician, she led people, managed budgets, procured, maintained, and disposed
of medical equipment and supplies in military treatment facilities. While serving, she earned a Master of Science degree in Management from the Naval
Postgraduate School. Prior to retiring, she spent one year in Baghdad, Iraq as the Logistics Officer for
the Surgeon General of the Multi-National Forces-Iraq. After 20 years of service, she earned a Doctorate of Business Administration with
a concentration in Health Administration from Northcentral University.
She serves as a Certification Reviewer for the Association of University Programs
in Health Administration (AUPHA) and is a member of AUPHA’s Planning Committee. Her
research interests include assessments, competency-based education, art-based learning
and portfolio management. She is a member of two research teams which have received
funding for Zika Virus and Medical Marijuana research.