Clyde H. Evans, Ph.D.
Dr. Evans is a Senior Consultant for AAL and works extensively in the areas of professional development for administration and staff, diversity and inclusion training, interprofessional education, and mentorship. His executive coaching experience includes career coaching in higher education, team development and leadership, and coaching for high-potential executives.
In addition to his role at AAL, Dr. Evans was Vice President of the Association of Academic Health Centers from 1998 to 2005. Previously, he spent 13 years at Harvard Medical School as a faculty member, Director of the Office for Academic Careers, and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs. In 1996-1997, Dr. Evans served as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow, working for Senator Bill Frist on biomedical research, bioengineering, academic health centers, and cloning. In 1997, Dr. Evans was Scholar-in-Residence at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), working on leadership issues with the Council of Deans.
Dr. Evans has conducted numerous seminars, including the AAMC Women in Medicine early and mid-career professional development seminars, the minority faculty professional development seminar, and executive development seminars for chairs, associate deans, and new deans. He has consulted with public and private schools, state departments of education, and numerous academic health centers on the institutional aspects of faculty development. He has expertise in addressing the institutional issues connected with faculty recruitment, retention, and advancement, including those specific to female and minority faculty. His diverse experiences allow him to incorporate perspectives from the level of professional and personal issues for individual faculty to the broader organizational issues for institutions.