Susan Nyanzi

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

Dr. Nyanzi, specializes in integrated lifestyle counseling for the prevention & management of chronic degenerative disorders such as Diabetes, Heart Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis. As a public health professional at a local health department, Dr, Nyanzi developed, implemented and evaluated community-based interventions such a multicultural, multi-lingual Cardiovascular Risk Assessment, a Preconception Awareness campaign and integrated a Continuous Quality Improvement System for a department. She is a board Member of the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing Inc; For Grace, a non-profit dedicated to increasing pain management for those living with pain and a member of the City of Hope Community Benefit Advisory Council. Dr. Nyanzi joined Walden as a full time faculty in 2012, teaching Ph.D. courses with a subspecialty in Public Health. Courses she has taught include Public Health Policy and Management; Public Health Leadership and Systems and Design and Analysis of Community Trials. Dr. Nyanzi has been teaching for the past seven years and practiced public health for 8 years. Dr. Nyanzi’s primary areas of research is the management of chronic conditions through healthy lifestyle