Judith Broida joined Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly Tai Sophia Institute) as Vice President for Academic Affairs in 2008. In October 2009, she was appointed the additional post of Provost, and in 2010 was promoted to Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. Previously she served as Associate Provost and Dean of Professional Studies at the University of Maryland; as Associate Dean of Public Policy, Planning, and Urban Development at the University of Southern California; and as Associate Dean and Director of the Division of Business and Management at Johns Hopkins University.
In each institution, her goal was to create stimulating and energizing learning opportunities for the non-traditional student and to enhance the quality of the academic experience for faculty, students, and the community. Several of these unique programs, such as the Business of Medicine, have won national awards. Dr. Broida taught graduate courses for more than 15 years at these institutions.
In addition, she worked at a Fortune 100 company and two federal government agencies as head of human resource development. For 25 years, she has been consulting in leadership, strategic planning, board development, organizational change, human resource development, and customer service.
Her undergraduate degree from George Washington University is in sociology/art history. She has two master’s degrees—from George Washington University in counseling, and from Johns Hopkins University in management—and a doctorate from the University of Maryland. She was selected to participate in the Leadership Maryland program in 2001, is a graduate of Harvard’s Management and Leadership in Education program, was chosen as a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Examiner (State of Maryland), and has twice (2000 and 2002) been named one of the Top 100 Women in Maryland.