BS, University of Louisville, 1992
MBA, University of Louisville,
PHD, University of Louisville, 2016
Health Policy & Community Engagement
Systems Thinking and Qualitative Research
Neighborhood Revitalization and Community Health Impacts
Institutional Theory and Institutional Logics
Community Engagement for Faculty and Student Initiatives in Research and Service
Dr. Bohn has a diversified background including public health education, behavioral health advocacy, healthcare, logistics, and military sector (US Navy scenario planning and congressional affairs). This has created a practice and academic background to coordinate and lead interdisciplinary teams and projects while teaching, supporting academic administration and filling community engagement leadership role.
Past principal investigator (PI) and co-PI responsibilities on county government projects has included program planning, graduate research assistant supervision, and evaluation. Served as PI on an 18-month county community needs assessment for county social services department identifying most critically needed services for the underserved population and gaps in service delivery (public and private). Planned and facilitated educational forums on behavioral health and substance abuse prevention with community and faith leaders over the past three years to increase education on high priority health issues.
Teaching responsibilities over the past four years have been at the doctoral, masters and undergraduate level. At the doctoral level teaching systems, social and complexity science topics in the doctorate of public health practice program; community health intervention planning, implementation and evaluation at the masters level and critical social issues at the undergraduate level.