Jeff Kichen has a master’s of science degree in public health and a bachelor’s of arts degree in the history of science and medicine. He has over 35 years of experience as a university and college instructor. Courses taught include: U.S. Health Care Systems, Contemporary Issues in Public Health, Theories of Social and Health Behavior, Biostatistics, Health Care Research Methods, Health Program Evaluation, Business Ethics, and Western Civilization.
He serves as visiting instructor in the Division of Continuing and Professional Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst and as an adjunct instructor at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester. He is currently director of health policy at The Roche Associates, a senior housing and long-term care marketing consulting firm.
He is also a Study Group Leader at the Brandeis University Osher Life-Long Learning Institute. Formerly, he was vice president for strategy and planning at the Massachusetts Medical Society.