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ATSU alumnus receives ACHE Regent’s Award

December 3, 2014
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, CGHS, Faculty & Staff Headlines

Retired Lt. Col. Donald A. Donahue, DHEd, ’09, MBA, received the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award.

This award recognizes ACHE members who are experienced and have made significant contributions to the advancement of healthcare management excellence and the achievement of the ACHE’s goals. Candidates for the award are evaluated on leadership ability, innovative management, executive capability in developing their own organization, promoting its growth and stature in the community, and interest in assisting the ACHE in achieving its objectives.

Dr. Donahue graduated from A.T. Still University with a Doctor of Health Education Degree in 2009. He is a founding partner of Diogenec Group and serves as a board member for both the American Academy of Disaster Medicine and the American Board of Disaster Medicine. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor for healthcare administration at the University of Maryland University College and the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

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