Adjunct Faculty in the Doctor of Medical Science Program
Director of the Master of Public Health Program
- DMSc — University of Lynchburg
- MHS — George Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences
- MPH — George Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Dr. June Sullivan has been a PA for 20 years, with experience in both emergency medicine and family practice. Sullivan is a graduate of the DMSc program at the University of Lynchburg, and also holds a Master of Health Science and Master of Public Health from George Washington University.
Sullivan has experience in the State Department Foreign Service and has been assigned to numerous overseas posts, including Kazakhstan, Rwanda, Senegal, Ethiopia, and Azerbaijan, among others. As the pandemic began, Sullivan was living in Kigali, Rwanda. Due to the combination of grounded flights and family concerns, Sullivan took a temporary leave of absence and practices once again in urgent care in the U.S.
Sullivan states, “The COVID pandemic has highlighted the fact that diseases do not recognize national borders and the ease of global travel speeds the spread of disease. Developing an understanding of international disease issues is critical to well-informed, influential physician assistant professionals. Global health is my passion, and my background ensures that I bring a unique, personal perspective to this area of study. I’m thrilled to join my esteemed colleagues as part of the Global Health faculty.”