Current Administrative Fellows
David Fuller Jr., MHSA – Henry Ford Health, Office of the EVP and CEO
David Fuller Jr. was born in Detroit, Michigan. He was raised in Chesterfield, Michigan. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Michigan - Dearborn. Throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies, David pursued career opportunities in public health, healthcare administration and health equity research. He started his career in healthcare administration through his participation in the University of Michigan Summer Enrichment Program in Health Management and Policy (UM SEP) in 2019. During this experience, he was introduced to Henry Ford Health as an Administrative Intern in the Women’s Health Services department. Following his internship, he worked as a contractor with the Community Health, Equity, and Wellness department. David’s work as an intern and consultant focused on improving the Women-Inspired Neighborhood (WIN) Network: Detroit’s Enhanced Group Prenatal Care program. During his last semester before graduation, David worked as an Administrative Intern and certified Community Health Worker for Western Wayne Family Health Centers in Dearborn and Inkster, Michigan. It was during this period David was able to show his persistent commitment to addressing health disparities and health inequities for underserved communities of color. David went on to obtain his Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. As a graduate student David worked in several roles for the Health Management and Policy department. He was a Program Assistant for UM SEP, Research Assistant for the Health Equity Leadership Pipeline Collaborative and Student Fellow for the Griffith Leadership Center. David also completed an internship with Hartford HealthCare as a Graduate Administrative Intern in their department of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Outside of work, David enjoys yoga, trying new restaurants, going to concerts, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Emily Morrow, MBA, MLS (ASCP)cm - Health Alliance Plan, Office of CEO
Emily Morrow grew up in Lincoln Park, Michigan. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science from Michigan State University. The program's curriculum includes a six-month mandatory clinical laboratory internship, which is where her career at Henry Ford Health began in 2015. Following the internship, Emily worked as a Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) for 3 years in the Hematology and Chemistry laboratories at Henry Ford Health's main campus in Detroit. During this time, she was educated and became skilled in Lean/Six Sigma practices and participated in numerous interdepartmental and intradepartmental process improvement initiatives. After her role as an MLS, she remained in the Pathology department as a Point of Care Coordinator (POCC), training clinical staff to perform point of care testing at the patient bedside. In this role, she gained additional experience in quality, familiarizing herself with Joint Commission and College of American Pathologist (CAP) standards and ensured that Henry Ford Hospital was inspection-ready. She participated in the system-wide Glycemic Control Subcommittee and attended nursing leadership councils as a liaison and subject matter expert, which developed her interest in healthcare leadership. Emily received her Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Health Systems Leadership from Central Michigan University in 2022. As she completed her Master's degree, she expanded her role and knowledge by taking a role in Revenue Cycle where she worked as a Consultant in the Transaction Flow department. This role allowed her to optimize workflows using her knowledge of Lean principles and data-driven decision-making, thereby identifying the greatest areas of opportunity to reduce denials, payment write-offs, and aged accounts. Emily also is an alumnus of HFH's Davidson Fellowship, where her team took first prize for their proposed digital solution of using Tele-Triage to reduce the number of patients that leave HFH's Detroit's emergency department without completing their care. In her free time, Emily likes to cook, travel to Northern Michigan when she can, and spend time with her friends and family.
Stephanie Robinson, MHA - Henry Ford Health, Office of Care Delivery System and CCO
Stephanie was born and raised in Detroit, MI. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan. During undergrad, Stephanie was given the opportunity to study abroad in Cape Town, South Africa where she was introduced to healthcare delivery in urban and rural communities. She witnessed the inequities that existed between public and private hospitals and gained an understanding of health disparities that exist within communities. Stephanie’s career began conducting research on influenza vaccine effectiveness at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, where she managed the recruitment of participants and captured clinical data to help evaluate regional influenza activity in hospital and ambulatory clinics. She then worked as a Healthcare Specialist at Planned Parenthood in Detroit where she played a vital role in educating patients on community resources, non-profit organizations, sexual, and reproductive health. Stephanie later returned to the field of research, working as a Research Coordinator for the Prenatal Stress Study at Michigan Medicine where she developed COVID-19 research protocols and implemented contactless data collection to help facilitate virtual research interviewing. Other responsibilities she carried out included facilitating research interviews to pregnant women and overseeing recruitment efforts. Through her experiences, Stephanie realized there was a need to expand health access and improve the quality of care for vulnerable populations. This inspired Stephanie to pursue her Master of Healthcare Administration at the University of Illinois Chicago. During this time, she interned at UI Health within their Quality and Performance Improvement Department, where she completed project work centered around CLABSI, hand hygiene, and diabetes outcomes. Outside of work, Stephanie enjoys doing yoga, traveling, trying new restaurants, and spending time with friends and family.