Joseph Scott Gladstone

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Joseph Scott Gladstone, PhD, MPH, (Pííkani, Kainai, Nímíípuu), is an Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration at the University of New Haven. Dr. Gladstone holds a PhD in business administration specializing in American Indian organization management. His work explores influences that tribal cultures have on leadership and organization effectiveness. Before earning his PhD, he built, managed and delivered health promotion programs for the Puyallup Tribe, Tohono O’odham Nation, and the Seattle Indian Health Board. He was a Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee Technical Workgroup member, served as vice-chairman of the Tucson Indian Center, president of the PhD Project Management Doctoral Student Association. He created and is the emeritus founding chairman of the Native, Aboriginal & Indigenous Peoples Caucus (NAIPC) of the Academy of Management. The NAIPC is a global organization advancing management and business research seeking to improve Native communities worldwide.