University Profiles

Anne Hewitt

Anne M. Hewitt, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, MHA Program Director and Director of Seton Center for Community and Population Health

Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration


Dr. Hewitt teaches critical thinking skills in strategic planning, health policy, and community health.

Since joining Seton Hall University in 2000, I've taught many diverse courses in both the MHA and MPA program including strategic planning, health management, health policy, community health, emergency preparedness, and global health and program evaluation. I also serve as faculty for the MHA internship and practicum courses. My current research interests focus on community health planning, health policy at the state level, the social causes of health disparities and integrating new e-learning technologies into graduate education. In 2005, I founded the Seton Center for Community Health to serve as a resource to the local community.


  • PhD, Temple University
  • MA, Immaculata University
  • BS, Otterbein College

Academic Distinctions

  • Special Features Editor, Academic Exchange Quarterly (2009)
  • Radio and TV Commentator on H1N1 and Health Care Reform (2009)
  • White House Conference Panelist on Faith Based Initiatives (2008)
  • Director, Seton Center for Community Health (2005)
  • Surgeon General's Report on Osteoporosis and Bone Health(Contributor) (2004)
  • Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Fellow (2003)
  • American Lung Association Dissertation Award (1993)



Office Phone
(973) 275-2070



Sign In to PirateNet