John Winkleman

John Winkleman

John Winkleman

Lecturer, Director
Health Policy and Management
Director, The Consulting Practice

Office/Address:

722 West 168th Street, 4th fl, MSPH Mailbox 14
New York NY USA 10032
Phone:
212-305-4177
Website address: Email:

Biography

John S. Winkleman teaches Healthcare Marketing and is the director of the Consulting Practice as well as the Thomas P. Ference Health System Simulation. He is also a senior judge for the annual Healthcare Management and Delivery Case Challenge and faculty for Practicum Day. He is an adjunct faculty member at Fordham’s Center for Nonprofit Leaders and he taught marketing and fundraising at Columbia Business School’s Institute for Not-for-Profit Management. John S. Winkleman founded Winkleman Company in 1990 after working in the public relations industry and in the administration of Clark University and as director of NYC's Greenwich House Music School. Winkleman Company specializes in media relations, reputation management, speaker training, event orchestration, collateral development, public service outreach, brand marketing, strategic positioning and assessment. He is a trustee of the Mount Sinai Hospital, chairs its Community Relations Committee and is a member of the Public Affairs & Marketing, Medical Education and Executive Committees. He also is a member of their Multicultural and Community Affairs Advisory Board and Community Advisory Board and on the Advisory Boards of CIVITAS and New Yorkers for Parks. John served on the board of the Association of Fund Raising Professionals NYC, was one of the founders and co-chairs of their National Philanthropy Day Celebration, and, a co-founder of the Conference on Sustainability in the Nonprofit Sector at Columbia. John received the 2008 United Hospital Fund Distinguished Trustee award, the 2009 Our Town Thanks You Entrepreneurship Award, 2011 CIVITAS tribute award and special recognition from the Mount Sinai Center for Excellence in Youth Education in 2012. Winkleman is recognized as an architectural artist, having had his work displayed in Tiffany & Company, in publications and galleries. He is the illustrator for a weekly column in NYC newspapers as well as two published children's books.

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