Consortium for International Management, Policy & Development

Dr. Peggy Valentine is Dean and Professor of the School of Health Sciences at Winston-Salem State University. Her clinical experiences include registered nurse and physician assistant. She received the Doctor of Education Degree from Virginia Tech, the Master of Arts Degree and Bachelor of Science Degree from Howard University. She was honored as “Educator of the Year” by the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and elected Fellow in the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions. Dr. Valentine is the co-founder of the North Carolina Alliance for Health Professions Diversity. She established the Journal of Best Practices in Health Professions Diversity and has served as Editor-in-Chief since its inception in 2007. She is the immediate past Chair of Advisory Committee on Interdisciplinary Community-based Linkages of Health Resource Service Administration Health. She serves on the board of trustees for Novant Medical Group, board of directors for the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions and the National Society of Allied Health. She is a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary, Winston-Salem. She has served as General Chair and President for the Consortium on International Management Policy and Development. In 2017, the Chronicle Newspaper of Winston-Salem honored her as Woman of the Year.

Conference Postponed

Indefinite postponement of Ethiopia 2020 International Conference

The Board of Directors of the Consortium for International Management Policy and Development (CIMPAD) regrets to inform you that the 12th International Conference and Pre-Conference, which were scheduled for Addis Ababa and Bahir Dar, Ethiopia June 7-12 has been indefinitely postponed.
The postponement is because of concern about containment of the coronavirus.