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Trish Beck

Trish Beck

Program Director, Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation and Clinical Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Administration, Leadership, and Technology

Trish Beck is Clinical Assistant Professor of Education Leadership and Policy Studies in the Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology at NYU. She currently serves as the Program Director for the Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation. Trish obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mount Saint Mary College, her Master of Science in Leadership and Health Care Management from Northeastern University, and most recently her Doctor of Education, Leadership, and Innovation from New York University. Additionally, she is a Board-Certified Nurse Executive, a Board-Certified Healthcare Executive, and a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Dr. Beck’s research centers on leadership theory and development. She has extensive leadership experience within the non-profit healthcare sector. Trish has had numerous leadership roles including Chief Operating Officer, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Assistant Vice President, Director, and Manager. With empathy and empowerment, she has been successful in engaging and motivating teams and subsequently driving innovation and improvement. As a steadfast servant leader, Trish has a strong belief in the power of relationships. A large component of each of her roles has been serving as a mentor and coach to the members of her teams, committed to sharing the knowledge and skills she has been fortunate to have earned throughout her career.

In addition to leadership experience, Trish has a tremendous ability in strategic operations and program development. With her ability to foster a culture of collaboration amongst different teams, departments, and disciplines, she led the development of various programs to meet the needs of numerous communities.

Trish believes in a student-centered approach, fostering a safe and supportive environment allowing for students to lean into the vulnerability needed to excel as a scholar. Passionate about teaching, Trish has had informal teaching roles throughout her career. She has created numerous learning curriculums with a focus on leadership and innovation.