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

Education

BS, Loma Linda University

Master of Public Health, Loma Linda University School of Public Health

DrPH, Loma Linda University School of Public Health