Dana Hill, Ph.D., MSN
Dr. Dana Hill is an Associate Professor for the MPH Program. She received her Ph.D. in Public Health with an emphasis in epidemiology from Walden University. Dana also holds a Master of Nursing degree from Western Governors University.
Dr. Hill has over 35 years of combined experience in nursing, leadership, and public health. Her experiences include bedside nursing, infection control, quality improvement positions, leadership, and teaching. Dana has 10 years of teaching experience with most of that time in an online environment.
Some of Dana’s professional affiliations during her career include and have included: Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE); American Public Health Association; Toastmasters International; Association for Professional in Infection Control (APIC); National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ). She has also served as an examiner and editor for the Arkansas Governors Quality Awards and held leadership positions in her local APIC and Toastmasters associations.
Dr. Hill lives in Northwest Arkansas and in her personal time she uses her amateur radio license as a volunteer with an amateur radio club, participating in club events and in emergency communication events. She is also an artist and enjoys camping, hiking, traveling, and playing golf.