Kathleen Anne Crowley

Kathleen Anne Crowley, PA-C, MPH, DrPH is Associate Vice President, Environmental Health and Safety for Columbia University. She holds both an MPH and a DrPH from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health (MSPH) in the Environmental Health Sciences Department. Before joining Columbia University, Dr. Crowley worked at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital fulfilling various positions including Director of Occupational Health Services and Senior Physician Assistant. Since 2005, she has served as an active member of the Mailman School of Public Health Alumni Board of Directors, and is the immediate past president (2013-2016). Dr. Crowley is a member of the MSPH Governance Committee which includes selection of the annual Allan Rosenfield Alumni Award and the Outstanding Recent Alumni Award. Dr. Crowley is the founding editor of the E-Mailman, the Newsletter of the MSPH Alumni Association. Other MSPH alumni activities she has been involved include: student mentorship, fostering alumni relations, fundraising, Presenter at Admitted Students Day (NYC), Closing Commencement Speaker, and Moderator at the Alumni Summit. Dr. Crowley is proud to be a member of the Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) Women’s Leadership Advisory Group, including participation as a panelist for Women Leading Change, Columbia Alumni Leaders Weekend (2016) and co-chair of the University’s inaugural Women’s Conference, “She Opened the Door” to be held February 2018. She is also an active member of the CAA 2023 Task Force and CAA Strategic Planning Committee. Dr. Crowley values her education at Columbia University and enjoys collaborating with other schools across the University.