Clinton Fields started working in healthcare in high school at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and has been in the healthcare space ever since. He received a B.S. in biology and M.B.A. with a focus in health administration from Saint Xavier University. He also earned a public health focused Master’s degree in threat and response management from University of Chicago while he was a gang investigator for the Chicago Police Department and research assistant at Rush University’s department of cell and molecular medicine.
He worked in law enforcement for more than a decade and his passion is aligned with the World Health Organization’s declaration in 1996, that violence is a public health issue. He currently provides healthcare consulting to various entities. A strong advocate for patient access, healthcare quality, equity, and inclusion. He also serves as the Parliamentarian for the National Association of Health Services Executives.