Master of Science in Health Promotion Management
Eric G. Bing, MD, PhD, MBA is a professor of global health in the Department of Applied Physiology and Wellness in the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development and in the Department of Anthropology in Deadman College of Humanities and Sciences at SMU. He has a concurrent appointment with the George W. Bush Institute as senior fellow and director of global health.
Before joining the Bush Institute in 2011, bing was an endowed professor of global health for nearly 20 years at the Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles. He has developed and managed global health programs in Africa, Central America and the Caribbean, including HIV prevention, care and treatment programs in Rwanda, Angola, Nigeria, Namibia, Belize and Jamaica. For his efforts, he was awarded the Alfred Haynes International Health Leadership Award in 2002, named in 2006 a Paul G. Rogers International Health Research Ambassador from Research!America and named 2010 Professor of the Year at Charles Drew University.
As director of global health at the Bush Institute, Dr. bing has initiated worldwide health initiatives, including serving as co-leader of the institute:s Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon partnership, and $85 million public-private program designed to combat cervical and breast cancer in Africa and Latin America.
Dr. Bing has published more than 90 articles and abstracts. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, a Master's of Public Health and a PhD in Epidemiology from UCLA, and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. His book, Pharmacy on a Bicycle: Innovative Solutions in Global Health and Poverty, was released in May 2013.
Lauren received a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences at Texas A&M University and a Master of Public Health, with a concentration in Health Promotion & Behavioral Science, at the University of Texas School of Public Health. She has received certificates from The Clinical Science Institute: Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity, Functional Movement Systems: Functional Movement Screen, Level 1, and currently works as the Health Promotions Director at The Cooper Institute.
Areas of specialty:
• Health Coaching
• Lifestyle Behavior change
• Organizational Health Promotion
• Corporate Wellness Strategy and Programming
• Adjunct Faculty, Department of Applied Physiology & Wellness, Southern Methodist University, Fall 2017
• Completed six half marathons
• Successfully coached individuals through tobacco cessation, prevention and early cancer detection, weight loss and adoption of healthy lifestyle habits
• Developed coaching training and quality measures for corporate wellness health coaching team
• Led group workshops on behavior change and small group goal-setting
Mark is a program manager with HealthFitness Corporation, and currently serves as the corporate wellness manager for Fluor Corporation, a Fortune 125 engineering and construction company. Mark has over thirty years experience in disease prevention and health promotion having managed programs for government agencies, health care systems, and Fortune 500 corporations, as well as provided professional education and consulting services to the National Civic League, and the states of South Carolina, Louisiana and Michigan. Since joining HealthFitness, Mark has worked with Texas Instruments, Johnson & Johnson and Fluor Corporation. Mark is an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University where he teaches health promotion practice, epidemiology and program evaluation.
Mark Received his undergraduate degree from SMU and his Masters degree from The University of Texas School of Public Health.
David currently serves as a Vice President in the Employee Benefits Practice at Lockton. With more than 12 years of experience, he specializes in designing self-funded health plans that are fully integrated with health risk management solutions, helping employers manage both the supply side and demand side of healthcare.
David began his career in the Cardiology Department of Hillcrest Scott & White Medical Center. He then spent three years as Clinical Exercise Physiologist at the world -renowned Cooper clinic where he was responsible for helping Fortune 500 companies develop their Executive Physical packages and conducting patient stress tests to identify evidence of heart disease and structural abnormalities. Prior to joining Lockton, David served as an Employee Benefits Consultant and Health Risk Management expert for a regional brokerage firm.
David holds a B.S. in Health Science from Baylor University and an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Phillip Youngblood is a new Adjunct Professor teaching MHPM 6322 - Program and Evaluation II. He works as a Senior Director for American Specialty Health Management/Healthyroads. In his current role, he works directly with clients, consultants, and external vendors to ensure that ASHM is best positioned to support the overall health management strategy for all of their clients and health plans.
Phillip has over 20 years of experience in the Health Management industry. Before joining ASHM, he was the Vice President of Account Management for Viverae, and prior to that, he was Vice President of Client Services for Alere. Phillip has also served as the Fitness Director of The Cooper Aerobics Center in Dallas, consulted with Cooper Ventures, and was the Manager of the Finley Ewing Cardiovascular and Fitness Center at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. He has contributed to several health and wellness related articles and has provided guidance to a wide variety of businesses within the health management industry.
Phillip has an MBA from Southern Methodist University. He also has a MS in Exercise Physiology and a BS in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas.