Tom DennisonFaculty Director
Tom Dennison is a professor of practice in the department of public administration at the Maxwell School, director of the health services management and policy certificate program, and a senior research associate with the Center for Policy Research at Maxwell. He is also Chair of the Onondaga County Health Department Advisory Board. Tom earned his Bachelor's degree in management from Syracuse University, a Master's degree in hospital administration from George Washington University and a Doctorate in health planning and administration from Penn State University. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca BostwickProgram Director
Rebecca Bostwick oversees the Center’s administrative and program operations, staff, and community partnerships. She has been at the University since 2005, previously serving as deputy director for SU's Center for Health and Behavior. She has also worked for SUNY Upstate Medical University as the project director for the Commission for a Healthy Central New York, and for the Central New York Health Systems Agency. She is an active volunteer with the United Way of Central New York as a member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Community Impact Committee. She also serves on the Women's Leadership Initiative Steering Committee, an initiative of the Office of Student Activities at SU. She earned her Master's degree in public administration and a certificate in health services management and policy, both from the Maxwell School.
Leah MoserProgram Coordinator
Leah Moser manages the Healthy Monday Syracuse campaign on the Syracuse University campus and in the community. She has been with the Lerner Center since 2011 as a Lerner Fellow. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in community, public and worksite health from Truman State University, and a Master’s degree in public health through the Central New York Master of Public Health program- a joint venture between Syracuse University and SUNY Upstate Medical University. She earned a certificate in health services management and policy from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. Leah is also a certified facilitator for the Diabetes Prevention Program with the Downtown Syracuse YMCA.
Roberto MartinezLerner Fellow
Roberto is a second-year student in the CNY MPH Program. He received his medical degree from the UNAN Medical School in Managua, Nicaragua. He most recently worked as the medical program coordinator for the AMOS Health and Hope agency in Managua, Nicaragua, leading a primary care and community health team to design, coordinate, and evaluate public health interventions in the rural areas of Nicaragua. He currently serves as an advocator for AMOS Health and Hope agency in the United States. Roberto is also serving as project coordinator for the neonatal syndrome abstinence project work taking place in Syracuse, funded by the NYS Health Foundation. Roberto can be reached at email@example.com