Prof. Carol Molinari


School of Health and Human Services at The University of Baltimore, USA



PhD: 1990, Johns Hopkins University, Doctor of Philosophy in Health Policy & Management

MBA: 1981,The University of Baltimore, Masters in Business Administration in Finance
MPH: 1976, University of North Carolina, Masters in Public Health in Health Education (MPH) BA: 1974, Brooklyn College, NY, Bachelor of Arts in Health Sciences (BA) cum laude



Carol Molinari is an Associate Professor of Health Systems Management in the College of Public Affairs. Carol has taught undergraduate and graduate students in universities across the country; the most recent was at Jefferson College of Health Sciences and Virginia Tech Carilion Medical School in Roanoke, VA.

Her research has focused on ways that leadership and governance can make a difference in the performance of healthcare organizations. Her current research focuses on studying culturally competent ways for healthcare organizations to lead and manage diverse clients and workers. In particular, she is studying ways that long term care facilities are managing and delivering care to increasingly diverse residents and patients. Another current strand of her scholarship involves examining effective pedagogy for online and hybrid/blended courses. She has presented and continues to present and publish in various academic healthcare management journals.

Professor Molinari has served on governing board of an integrated health system in Washington State and has also provided board service on several not-for-profit community boards. She has been a program director for several Healthcare Management programs and has been an executive director of a technology council in Spokane, WA.