Allen Lewis has 28 years of professional experience in health and rehabilitation that includes 15 years in the academy, 19 years of experience in health and rehabilitation management and administration, and five years as a Rehabilitation Clinician. His areas of research expertise are the intersection of culture and disability, program evaluation, and the application of such methodologies to assess effectiveness of disability services and leadership in rehabilitation. He has rehabilitation clinical experience with mental health and substance use disorders. Formerly, he served as Vice Chair, Chair, and Associate Professor of the Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Rehabilitation Counseling in Richmond, Va, USA, and works now an as Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology in Pittsburgh, Penn, USA. He earned the B.A. degree in rhetoric and communication studies and African-American and African Studies from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va, USA, and the M.S. degree in rehabilitation counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va, USA. His Ph.D. degree is in educational leadership with a concentration in health services research, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Biography Updated on 2 June 2011