Dr. Juliana Mosley Joins Salus University as Special Assistant to the
President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Given the current state of affairs with the COVID-19 pandemic, Juliana Mosley, PhD, believes we are at a place in society where the public agenda and discussion is focused on racial and socioeconomic health disparities.
“My thought was that this is a perfect time for me to work in healthcare education and have the opportunity to help further the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion agenda for Salus University, given that it’s a premiere healthcare institution,” she said.
Dr. Mosley received that opportunity Nov. 1, 2020, when she joined the university as its inaugural Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
She has 20-plus years of experience in education, most recently, as the Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations officer at Chestnut Hill College. She previously held several positions in higher education as vice president for Student Affairs at Lincoln University, Edward Waters College, Marygrove College, and Philander Smith College; the director of Multicultural Affairs at John Carroll University; the executive assistant to the president at Kentucky State University; and high school business teacher in the Houston Independent School District.
Dr. Mosley earned a PhD in Educational Leadership and MA in Curriculum and Teacher Leadership from Miami University of Ohio, and BS in Business Education from Ball State University.