Current Fellows

Second Year

​Health Services Division Fellows, Allegheny County
Matthew Dauffenbach, MBA/HA
University of Colorado Denver
Email: dauffenbachmk@upmc.edu

​David Jablonowski, MHA
Medical University of South Carolina
Email: jablonowskids@upmc.edu

Dawn Edwards, MBA
Purdue University
Email: edwardsdl3@upmc.edu
Devipreya Kumar, MHSA
Georgetown University
Email: kumard4@upmc.edu
Kaitlin Hayes, MHA
George Washington University
Email: hayeske2@upmc.edu

 

First Year

Health Services Division Fellows, Allegheny County
Alexander Catalano, MHA
Medical University of South Carolina
Email: catalanoa@upmc.edu
Troy Treanor, MHA
University of Washington
Email: treanorta@upmc.edu
Kevin MacDonald, MHA
University of Pittsburgh
Email: macdonaldk2@upmc.edu
Health Services Division Fellows, Erie County
Adam Kramer, MHA
University of Pittsburgh
Email: kramera2@upmc.edu
Health Services Division Fellows, Blair County
Dexter Truman, MHA
Pennsylvania State University
Email: trumandb2@upmc.edu
Insurance Services Division Fellow, Allegheny County
Shannon Krohe, MPH
George Washington University
Email: krohesa@upmc.edu
International Services Division Fellow, Allegheny County
Andrei (Christopher) Nistor, MHA
Pennsylvania State University
Email: nistorac@upmc.edu

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