Mark Bonica, PhD

Assistant Professor

UNH/Health Management & Policy

Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Mark Bonica is an assistant professor at the University of New Hampshire’s Department of Health Management and Policy, where he teaches courses in management and finance. His research is currently focused on the career transitions and growth of healthcare leaders. He joined the UNH faculty in January 2015 after serving in the Army Medical Department as a Medical Service Corps officer for 23 years. He holds a doctorate in economics from George Mason University, a Master of Business Administration degree with a focus in organizational behavior from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a master’s degree in finance from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a bachelor’s degree in English literature and philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is the host of the healthcare leadership podcast The Health Leader Forge and author of the weekly leadership newsletter Reading, Watching, Listening.


Creating a Culture of Mentorship

Presented by Karen Clements, RN, FACHE, Mark Bonica, PhD at 3:45 PM on Monday, March 22nd.

Most leaders will tell you that mentoring is a critical part of what they do, and most of us would agree that mentorship is critical for organizational success, but what do we mean when we talk about mentorship? Furthermore, how do we create a culture of mentorship in our organizations? In this program, we will…