Dr. Patricia Rodney is the CEO, Partner in Health, Education and Development (PHEAD) an international development consultancy organization formed in January 2011. As an experienced public health professional, Dr. Rodney’s career spans the disciplines of health, adult education and literacy, social work, and women, gender and development. She has over 15 years of academic public health, administration and teaching experience at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in the Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Atlanta, GA. During her 15 year tenure at MSM, she held a number of administrative and academic appointments including International Health Track Coordinator, Director, Master of Public Health Program, Professor and Assistant Dean for Public Health. Dr. Rodney currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at MSM.
Prior positions held: Policy Analyst, The Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women (CACASW), Ottawa, Canada, International Literacy Coordinator, International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), Toronto, Canada, Program Officer, Women and Development Unit (WAND) Extramural Department, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, Medical Social Worker, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados, Occupational Health and Safety Nurse, Barbados Transport Board and Public Health Nurse, Dar-es-Salaam City Council, Tanzania, East Africa.