Current Administrative Fellows
Tyler Gregory, MHSA – Henry Ford Health System Office of the COO Fellow
Tyler grew up in the Capital District of New York. He earned a Bachelor of Art in Health Policy at the University of Rochester focusing on health disparities and participated in the University Of Michigan School Of Public Health Summer Enrichment Program. Following his undergraduate work, Tyler joined a large private practice in Boston where he gained frontline clinical experience as a medical assistant, office manager, and surgical unit manager. Motivated by a drive for larger community impact, Tyler left the practice to pursue a Master of Health Service Administration from the University of Michigan. Tyler’s main focus is to understand the intersection of health services operations, community development, and how systems can be leveraged to address the social determinants of health. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, anything outdoors, and exploring cities through coffee and restaurants.
Imani F. Adegbuyi, MHA - Henry Ford Medical Group FellowImani Adegbuyi grew up in Queens, New York and Fort Washington, Maryland. She earned her Bachelor of Art in Health Administration and Policy with a Minor is Social Welfare from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Imani then completed a Master of Health Administration at The Pennsylvania State University. Throughout her academic career, Imani gained valuable experience working with the University of Maryland Medical Center, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, Lakeland Regional Health, and Mount Nittany Physician Group. She completed her graduate residency and capstone focusing on improving discharge planning and surgical scheduling. Imani is a product of both the U of M SPH Summer Enrichment Program and the NAHSE Baltimore Chapter Summer Internship Program, which inspired her to pursue a meaningful career focused on eliminating health disparities among underserved populations. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, singing, and dancing.
Jared Stone, MHA – Henry Ford Cancer Institute Fellow
Jared Stone grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. After serving as a medical scribe for general and orthopedic surgeons in the central Arkansas area and later training new scribe cohorts, Jared pursued a Master of Health Administration at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. During that time, he completed a two-year internship at Baptist Health, where he gained experience in the fields of Risk Management and Patient Safety and earned a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification from his leadership on a process improvement project. Outside of work, Jared enjoys hiking, snow skiing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
Ayesha Stuart, MS, MHSA – Henry Ford Health System Office of the CEO Fellow
Ayesha Stuart grew up in Jamshedpur, India. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Communicative English with a minor in English from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She then pursued a Master of Science in Applied Psychology from Womens Christian College, Chennai. After graduation, Ayesha moved to the US to work as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Jacksonville, Florida serving children and families. She then transitioned into an administrative role, going on to lead the financial turnaround of a behavioral health clinic by focusing on access to care, process improvement and clinical quality. Ayesha then completed a Master of Health Services Administration degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. During her MHSA, she interned at Michigan Medicine’s Brighton Center for Specialty Care, where she worked on multiple projects including leading the orientation program for 600+ clinical and non-clinical staff including physicians. When not at work Ayesha enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and dog, traveling, and trying every good dessert in the city.