Andrew N. Garman, PsyD
Andrew Garman believes our healthcare institutions will play a pivotal role in the future healing of our planet. An industrial psychologist by training and a professor of health systems management at Rush University in Chicago, Dr. Garman is an award-winning author and educator with decades of experience facilitating learning programs for a wide range of leadership and clinical audiences, including ACHE, GE Healthcare, the Healthcare Financial Management Association, International Hospital Federation, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Practice Greenhealth, Ontario Hospital Association, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He has contributed to more than 100 research articles, book chapters, major reports and books on a breadth of leadership development and foresight topics. His most recent book, Healing Our Future: Leadership for a Changing Health System, emphasizes the catalytic role of healthcare institutions in addressing complex social challenges such as climate change. Dr. Garman received his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, with a mathematics emphasis, from Penn State, his Master of Science degree in personnel and human resource development from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and his Doctor of Psychology degree from the College of William & Mary/Virginia Consortium.