As the Director of the Lowcountry Graduate Center – a position held since 2013 – Nancy Muller is responsible for identifying and facilitating graduate-level programs of study from accredited universities. Nancy is dedicated to enabling career advancement, promoting economic growth, and generally supporting community wellness throughout the Lowcountry. Dr. Muller is also a Visiting Associate Professor of Public Health, teaching undergraduates at the College of Charleston.
Nancy holds an undergraduate degree from Duke University, an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. in health services research from Virginia Commonwealth University. A seasoned executive with 21 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Nancy has demonstrated experience in strategic marketing and business development, competitive analysis, public health education program development, not for profit organization management, patient advocacy and successful collaborative partnerships. Nancy led a national NGO for over a decade and has served on both domestic and global boards and advisory teams. She currently serves as Board Secretary of the Worldwide Fistula Fund operative, a health initiative throughout Africa, treating and rehabilitating women who have suffered severe injuries in childbirth.