Stephan Davis, DNP, MHSA, NEA-BC, CENP, CNE, FACHE is an accomplished healthcare executive and educator. His leadership experience spans hospitals, health systems, insurance companies and various task forces and boards. He now serves as a clinical assistant professor at Georgia State University, primarily teaching courses on leadership, management and policy as well as community health. In addition, he travels the nation providing talks and seminars on healthcare leadership and management as well as diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Davis currently serves as the elected board director of leadership development for the Georgia Nurses Association, working to advance leadership excellence for the state’s more than 100,000 registered nurses and advanced practice nurses as well as nursing educators, researchers and executives. Additionally, he is an inaugural member of the leadership committee of the American College of Healthcare Executive’s LGBT forum and also serves as the forum’s newsletter editor.
In addition to his doctor of nursing practice from Yale School of Nursing, Davis holds a master’s degree in health systems administration from Georgetown University and a bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Maryland. He is currently completing a post-graduate fellowship in education in the health professions at Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Davis is a fellow and serves on the faculty of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is also board certified as an advanced nurse executive with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and is certified in executive nursing practice with the American Organization of Nurse Executives. Additionally, he is a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) certified practitioner and holds a certificate in coaching from the Association for Talent Development. He holds additional national board certifications in healthcare quality, finance and education.