Jill C. Borgos, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor and Assessment Coordinator for Accreditation in the School of Education, Health, and Human Services at State University of New York, Plattsburgh College. She teaches in the areas of Public Policy, Healthcare Leadership, and Population Health. Borgos holds degrees from Boston College, University of Michigan, and the University at Albany, State University of New York.
Prior to her academic faculty appointments Dr. Borgos worked as a member of the Cross-Border Education Research Team at the University at Albany beginning in 2010. She has conducted research on International Branch Campus (IBC) leadership that included travels to Dubai, Qatar, and Malaysia. She has presented on IBC growth and quality at an Association for Higher Education Conference and at a Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Conference. She is published in the area of international branch campus growth, quality, and accreditation. Dr. Borgos is the recipient of the Sanford H. Levine Fellowship at the University at Albany and the University at Albany President’s distinguished dissertation award. Her areas of research interests are in understanding the globalization of higher education as it relates to the education of health professionals and the development of health systems infrastructure. As a New York State elected official, she served on the Board of Education for Queensbury, NY schools from 2005-2020. Borgos has been a Registered Nurse for 25 plus years with a clinical background in both pediatric trauma/critical care and community health nursing. She has held clinical appointments at Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital, University of Michigan Mott’s Children’s Hospital, Duke University Medical Center, and Boston Children’s Hospital. She can be reached at email@example.com