Clinton Fields Jr., MS, MBA

Clinton Fields School of Health SciencesClinton 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.