Kim Sanders

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Ph.D. Health Services

Kim Sanders received her Doctorate in Health Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2011. Dr. Sanders has been a Healthcare IT consultant for over 15 years and has worked on both the state and federal level. She has been an adjunct professor in the DHA and PhD programs in the College of Health Sciences, now College of Management & Human Potential at Walden University since January 2017. Dr. Sanders has taught at the associates, bachelors and master level since 2013. Courses taught include Introduction to Public Health Informatics, Advanced Healthcare Quality Risk Management, Public Policy and Healthcare Advocacy, Big Data and Technology for Healthcare, Public and Community Health and a Healthcare Capstone. In the past year new courses include Health Care Policy, Health Information Systems, and Health Operations Management these are in MHA/CBE programs. I have published book chapters and journal articles, and presented at conferences.

Courses Taught

HLTH 9001 - Dissertation

RSCH 8301 - Qualitative Reasoning

DDHA 9100 - Reseearch Capstone

HLTH 8450 - Community Health Assessment

DDHA 8750 - Trends and Issues Executive Management

DDHA 8900 - Healthcare Quality Management


DHA, University of Phoenix

MBA, University of Phoenix

BA, Howard University