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Dr. Allan M. Hoffman

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Phone: (781) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.edu
Bentley College
175 Forest Street
Waltham , Massachusetts 02452
United States

Company Description: Bentley Collegeis a business university. Focused on students interested in business and related professions, Bentley blends the breadth and technological strength...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member, MBA Advisory Board NECB
    New England College of Business and Finance
  • Founder
    Center for the Prevention of Community Violence
  • Board Member
    Center for the Prevention of Community Violence
  • Founder
    Des Moines University


  • doctorate , higher education administration
    Columbia University
  • bachelor's degree
    University of Hartford ( Conn. )
  • master's degrees , areas of higher education/adult education and philosophy and the social sciences
    Columbia University
61 Total References
Web References
Allan Hoffman to Lead ..., 14 June 2010 [cached]
Allan Hoffman to Lead Santa Barbara Graduate Institute
Allan Hoffman to Lead Santa Barbara Graduate Institute
Allan Hoffman, a recognized scholar and veteran human services administrator, has been appointed as president of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, known for its cutting edge graduate degree programs in somatic psychology, prenatal and perinatal psychology that focus on integration of the whole human being-mind, body and spirit. Hoffman assumes leadership of the institution today.
Allan Hoffman has been appointed as president of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute
Hoffman has spent almost 40 years working in higher education leadership and health care. He has served as CEO, vice-president, executive officer, dean, and professor at post-secondary institutions including Ottawa University, University of Southern California, State University of New York at Buffalo, Cal State at Dominguez Hills, Des Moines University, Compton Community College, and Hartnell College. He has published extensively, has served on the editorial board and as a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Allied Health and Journal of Public Health, and has authored several books focusing on leadership, managing colleges and universities, and total quality in higher education.
As dean and professor of Health Care Management and Public Health at Des Moines University- Osteopathic Medical Center (Iowa), Hoffman founded the Center for the Prevention of Community Violence and continues to volunteer and write extensively on violence prevention. He is a certified health education specialist and holds two master's degrees and a doctorate in education from Columbia University Teachers College, where he was named a Kellogg Fellow.
"I am honored to have been selected as the next president of SBGI and to continue the visionary work of cofounders Dr. Marti Glenn and Ken Bruer," said Dr. Hoffman.
AIHA - Connections Vol.6, No. 10 - October 2001, 10 Oct 2001 [cached]
Allan Hoffman (second from right) and Robert Weissinger, presenters at the Samara Domestic Violence Prevention conference, listen to opening remarks during the event.
Allan Hoffman, professor and dean of Des Moines University's College of Health Sciences and director of the Center for the Prevention of Community Violence in Des Moines, Iowa, shared domestic violence statistics and trends with attendees during his presentation on developing an appropriate response to domestic violence.Noting that spousal or partner abuse-from physical to emotional to sexual to psychological-is the most unreported crime in many countries, Hoffman provided several characteristics exhibited by victims of abuse and abusers.
Emphasizing the need to change social perceptions of domestic violence from a private issue to public policy, Hoffman encouraged coordinated responses and cooperation between community stakeholders-physicians, psychologists, legal professionals, and religious leaders, for example-to address domestic violence and the needs of victims.
American Public Health Association - News Room, 14 Aug 2006 [cached]
Editors: Randal W. Summers and Allan M. Hoffman
The book,s editors, Randal W. Summers, PhD, MS, and Allan M. Hoffman, EdD, CHES, MA, address the public health issue of elder mistreatment, from physical harm to financial abuse and neglect, in community and residential care settings as the number of people ages 65 and older expands to beyond 70 million by 2030, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Hoffman, vice president for academic affairs at Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif., is a nationally recognized expert on issues associated with violence and violence prevention.
,Elder abuse is a public health problem as well as a criminal justice issue , it is an epidemic that affects the community as a whole,, Rother wrote. ,I second the call by Summers and Hoffman to foster collaborative efforts, particularly with the criminal and civil justice systems, and to enhance public awareness of elder abuse.,
Hoffman to head Ottawa ..., 19 May 2008 [cached]
Hoffman to head Ottawa University's Phoenix-area campuses
Allan Hoffman was named campus executive officer for Ottawa University's Arizona locations effective July 1.
Hoffman comes from Hartnell College in California, where he served as vice president for instruction.He also served as dean of the College of Health Sciences at Des Moines University; associate dean at California State University; associate dean of instruction at Compton College in California; director of curriculum and administration at St. Francis Medical Center, University of Southern California; and director of continuing education at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
He also founded Des Moines University's Center for the Prevention of Community Violence, a research center focused on preventing violence in schools, colleges and the community.
"This is a wonderful opportunity to build upon a long history and tradition of providing quality educational opportunities for the adult population," Hoffman said.
Alan N. Hoffman, Professor, ..., 3 May 2010 [cached]
Alan N. Hoffman, Professor, Bentley University (Waltham)
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