Anna Marie Hodges
Anne Marie Hodges is the applied practice experience manager for Chamberlain University’s College of Health Professions, Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program. She brings five years of experience to the role. Hodges joined Chamberlain in 2013 and prior to her current role, she supported the Chamberlain MPH program has been teaching online since 2008. Hodges also taught in K12 schools for 15 years across Kentucky and Ohio. Hodges is a member of the Society for Public Health Education, Ohio-Society for Public Health Education, American Public Health Association, Ohio Public Health Association, and Quality Matters™. Hodges is an elected board member of the Quality Matters™ with course design and development. She also supports Chamberlain as the Quality Matters™ coordinator. Prior to joining Chamberlain, Hodges was a director for distance learning in Cleveland, Ohio. She moved into higher education as faculty and to administrate online programs in 2006 and Ohio Executive Board for the Ohio Statewide Consortium, serving since 2018. She is a certified reviewer for Quality Matters™, reviewing more than 15 online courses ensuring quality online course design. She is also a certified facilitator for Quality Matters™, training faculty to apply the QM Standards in their course design and development. Hodges earned a Bachelor degree in Elementary Education from Morehead State University, a Master degree in Educational Administration from Ursuline College, and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Leadership with a focus on Health and Wellness from American College of Education.