Dr. Joni S. Steinberg’s academic career has centered around graduate management education. Through most of that career, she was a professor, program manager, and student advisor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
A significant focus for her health administration and public health masters and doctoral graduate students was preparation for management or research careers with non-profit organizations and NGOs in the U.S. and globally. Each year, Dr. Steinberg worked actively with graduating students pursuing fellowship positions in the health sector. When she retired in 2018, Tulane University awarded Dr. Steinberg Professor Emerita status.
Dr. Steinberg is the recipient of numerous teaching awards. She has taught in a traditional on-campus format, an executive format, and with asynchronous online course offerings. Her teaching, consulting, and publications focused on the application of quantitative methods to health care and health administration processes and decision making, health systems, management and policy, and nurse staffing and productivity.
Dr. Steinberg earned her doctorate in management science (finance minor) and MPH from Tulane University, her MS in industrial engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and her BS in mathematics (computer science minor) from the University of Miami.
Since moving to Sarasota in 1990, Dr. Steinberg has been an active community volunteer serving on several non-profit boards of directors. She appreciates having one son and family living in Sarasota, along with frequent visits by her other son, who lives in Seattle. Both sons grew up in Sarasota and graduated from Pine View School.
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