Nazarene Tubman

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

Dr. Nazarene E. Tubman received her Doctorate in Health Administration at the University of Phoenix. She holds an MBA from Washington Adventist University. She currently serves as Contributing Faculty in the Department of Health Sciences at Walden University. She was also an Adjunct Faculty at Washington Adventist University where she taught Problem Solving in Health Administration. She has served as Superintendent (Head) of a county in Liberia. Dr. Tubman has done research in public health in different areas including malaria prevention, treatment, and eradication as well as HIV/AIDS prevention. She was instrumental in opening two HIV/AIDS clinics in Liberia. She now lives in Perrysburg, Ohio.

Courses Taught

DDHA 8500 - Health Leadership

HLTH 8003 - Multidisc Approach to Health

HLTH 8051 - Topics in U.S. Health Delivery

HLTH 9001 - Dissertation


PhD, University of Phoenix

Masters, Washington Adventist University