Felicia Tucker-Lively, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Tucker-Lively is a Vice President of AAL. In this capacity, she oversees AAL’s professional development programs: Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL), Chairs and Academic Administrators Management Program (CAAMP), Institute for Advancing Higher Education (IAHE), Exceptional Executive Leadership (ExcEL) for Women, Institute for the Collaboration of Health Educators (ICHE), and the Compass Program for Academic Advancement. Additionally, she facilitates sessions for various professional development programs, both for AAL and for specific projects.
Her areas of interest are professional and organizational development, strategic talent management, human resource management, and career path learning and development. She has experience in administration, operational management, and program coordination at Morehouse School of Medicine, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, and Brooklyn Hospital Center. Her background involves working with executive leadership teams to solve challenges, develop alternatives, and create efficiencies for improving program quality.
Dr. Tucker-Lively maintains a variety of memberships and positions of leadership in professional and community organizations, including Georgia Association for Women in Higher Education and Ray of Hope Christian Church. She received a Bachelor of Science in human services from Cornell University College of Human Ecology in New York and her Master of Public Health in sociomedical science from Columbia University School of Public Health. She received her doctorate in educational leadership from Mercer University in Atlanta.