Maggie Huff-Rousselle is an Executive-in-Residence at the Boston University School of Management. Based in the Strategy and Innovation Department, she is working on refinements and revisions to the Global Health Program, in collaboration with the Boston University School of Public Health, as well as other Boston University Schools (e.g.Medicine and Engineering), with a focus on the MBA/MPH degree, innovation, and both commercial and social entrepreneurship in developing and emerging markets.
Dr. Huff-Rousselle has concurrent or previous faculty appointments at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Harvard School of Public Health, Keele University (England), and Boston University’s School of Public Health. She has been teaching graduate courses on health systems financing, management and policy for 25 years with a focus on developing and emerging market countries.
Over the past 30 years, she has been consulting and conducting research internationally, including 8 overseas residencies and roughly 100 short-term consultancies in over 50 countries. She has directed multi-country technical assistance projects in health sector reform and financing, and in pharmaceutical management and financing. In long-term positions in Asia, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, she has been instrumental in the establishment and development of innovative organizations (working in pharmaceutical supply, reproductive health and HIV/AIDS, or training and research), and she has a strong research interest in the effects of foreign aid on health sector organizations.
Dr Huff-Rousselle currently serves on the Governing Council of the American Public Health Association, the Editorial Board of The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, and the Peer Review Committee for the Science to Business program of the Institute of Canadian Health Research.