Donita Brown is a professor, author, speaker, coach, and Director of Health Care Programs within the College of Business.
She teaches courses in the Master of Management in Health Care Administration and the Master of Health Administration programs as well as undergraduate courses in Management and Leadership.
Brown graduated with a BBA in Accounting from Austin Peay, earned an MBA from Belmont University and anticipates achieving her DBA by 2021. Her career began at HCA, a global health care company. She spent over a decade in corporate health care, and her research focuses on health care innovations.
As an author, Brown created the Wisdom from Others book series, and she enjoys speaking engagements at faith-based organizations and corporations. As a life coach, Brown mentors working moms whose daily dilemmas she understands well as a mother of two daughters and a poodle. Her focus is on navigating the challenges of pursuing a career while being present with family.