Shenita R. Freeman is a health information and management systems leader who has significant experience directing health information technology and analytic teams in the federal, non-profit, and for-profit sectors on work related to healthcare quality improvement, program monitoring and evaluation, and enterprise-level business intelligence. As the Senior Director of Analytics and Informatics at Centurion, Ms. Freeman is responsible for leveraging technology, analytics, and information engineering techniques in support of strategic decision-making, process and outcomes improvement, and organizational goal setting in the health and public health sector.
Ms. Freeman has earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry (Metropolitan State University of Denver), a master’s degree in public health epidemiology (University of Colorado), a master’s degree in health informatics administration (University of Maryland Global Campus), and she is currently pursuing a doctorate of science in cybersecurity (Marymount University). Ms. Freeman holds certifications in public health (CPH), health information and management systems (CPHIMS), SAS Base 9 programming, healthcare information security & privacy (HCISPP), and health information administration (RHIA).
Shenita is a Marymount University Cyberteach Institute Fellow, evaluating cybersecurity education and workforce development in the health and public health sector. She is a member of the HIMSS Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform (TIGER) International Task Force, and she serves as both a Governing Councilor and Nominations Committee member for the American Public Health Association (APHA). She is a research assistant at Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research, USA.