Chamberlain National Leadership
Karen Cox manages all undergraduate and graduate degree programs for more than 35,000 students at 22 Chamberlain University campuses and online. In her more than 30-year career, she has distinguished herself as a nurse executive with expertise in nurse leadership, hospital administration, nursing education, maternal/child health, social determinants of health, health disparities, social justice, immunizations, infection prevention, and higher education.
Carla D. Sanderson
As provost and chief academic officer, Carla D. Sanderson works with academic deans, academic support services, faculty and staff to carry out the academic priorities of the university. She brings more than 40 years of healthcare and education experience to her role, with particular expertise in accreditation, research, healthcare regulation and leadership development.
Senior Director, College of Health Professions
Gilbert Singletary is responsible for the strategic direction, academic integrity and standardized implementation of all curricula for the college of health professions. He brings his expertise in social work, psychology and law to the study of trauma, substance abuse and police violence.
Vice President, Operations
Patrick Rombalski provides operational direction for Chamberlain University campuses across the United States. During more than 30 years in higher education, he has partnered with healthcare and higher education leaders to manage human, financial and capital resources in order to ensure effective program delivery. Patrick has delivered repeated success as a transformational leader dedicated to enriching student outcomes and enhancing learning in quality academic programs. [hyperlink] Full profile