Callahan is a Professor at the University of San Francisco, with a joint appointment in the USF School of Management and in the USF School of Nursing and Health Professions. Callahan’s research, consulting, publications, and teaching focuses on leadership behaviors and strategy practices that are effective in complex, demanding and dynamic environments in the public and nonprofit sectors.
Doctorate in Public Administration (DPA), University of Southern California, LA, CA. Dissertation: The Politics of Structural Choice: Cooperation in Political Environments | Master of Public Administration (MPA), USC, Los Angeles, California. | Tenri University, Nara Prefecture, Japan. | Bachelor of Arts (BA), Honors in Government, Georgetown University, Wash., D.C.
Leadership Practices, Strategic Planning
Public Health Systems Leadership and Administration, Strategic Planning and Implementation, Leadership, Teams & Organizations, Strategic Planning and Implementation, Navigating and Negotiating the Field of Practice of Public Administration, Strategic Planning, HSA-Navigating and Negotiating in Health Administration