Ahmad Sabbagh

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration

Ahmad Sabbagh received his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration at Walden University in November 2018. He is a Contributing Facility for the College of Public Policy and Administration at Walden University. Dr. Sabbagh began his academic career at Baker College in 2012 as a professor teaching Research Methods and other courses for the Human Services, Criminal Justice, and Business Administration programs. He has also tutored and mentored dissertation students with general writing assistance and APA help, coaching and mentoring students through the programs. His expertise is teaching and serving culturally and ethnically diverse student populations. Professionally, Dr. Sabbagh is a Child Welfare Director for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. As a Chief Administrator in Livingston County, he protects children from abuse and neglect and provides benefits for families living under the poverty level. He has published and presented on hunger and the Food Assistance Programs.

Courses Taught

PPPA 9000A - Dissertation


PhD, Walden University

MPA, Central Michigan University

BS, Central Michigan University

Public Service

Wayne County Sheriff Office, Volunteer - Wayne County Ciites

Awards / Honors

Outstanding Mentor Award, State of Michigan, 2020

Pi Alpha Alpha, Walden University, 2019

The National Society of Leadership and Success, Walden University , 2018