Ms. Jenna Pradhuman, a second-year Master of Public Health student at Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH), has received the David Kinzer Scholarship from the Massachusetts chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Ms. Pradhuman is the third consecutive BUSPH student to receive the annual award, which the ACHE will present to her on Friday, May 17, during its Spring Conference at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Westborough, Mass.
The $1,500 David Kinzer Scholarship symbolizes the legacy and leadership of David M. Kinzer, who served as president of the Massachusetts Hospital Association from 1973 to 1985. It is presented each year to students who demonstrate leadership abilities and active participation in health administration activities, and who are enrolled in their final year of study at a school that is a member of the ACHE’s Higher Education Network.
“I’m truly honored to be receiving this award,” says Ms. Pradhuman, who is completing the healthcare management certificate at BUSPH and is preparing to graduate this spring. “I look forward to the Spring Conference and continued involvement with ACHE.”
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