ROSE NANYONGA CLARKE
Dr. Clarke-Nanyonga is a Vice-Chancellor and Associate Professor as at Clarke International University. She received her education as follows: Bachelor of Science-Nursing (Arkansas Tech University, 2002). Master of Science in Nursing (Baylor University, 2005). Ph.D. in Nursing (Yale University, 2015) and a Graduate Certificate of Concentration: Global Health from the Whitney and Betty McMillan Center for International Studies at Yale University in 2015. She is a Jonas Scholar (Yale); Distinguished Alumnae (Yale- 2018); Hall of Distinction Alumnae (ATU-2020). Dr. Clarke-Nanyonga is interested in research that explores issues related to Health Systems Strengthening, Management of Chronic Illnesses, Health care and Higher Education Leadership & Policy, and Nursing workforce studies. Her Ph.D. work examined Leadership,
Followership and the Context; an Integrative Examination of Nursing Leadership in Uganda. She is a co-Principle Investigator in multiple research studies exploring hypertension care in Uganda and a faculty mentor—Health Professions Education and training for strengthening the health system and services in Uganda Study (NIH Grant No. 1R25TW011213). What she loves: people, good food, pragmatic conversations, travel, writing, enabling others, and solitude.