Philip H. Lundberg Steps Up As OCOM’s New President and Chief Executive Officer

The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Philip H. Lundberg, PhD, MHSA as OCOM’s sixth President and Chief Executive Officer. He succeeds President Sherri L. Green in the position. Reflecting on his new role, Dr. Lundberg feels “honored to be selected to lead this amazing organization. OCOM has a reputation for the quality of its programs, its community service orientation, national engagement, and leadership. I look forward to helping continue and strengthening these characteristics.”

Board Chair Karen Williams expressed excitement about the appointment of Lundberg as OCOM President: “When Dr. Green decided not to continue as President of OCOM, the Board was thrilled to have someone as capable as Dr. Lundberg already in the organization, prepared and eminently qualified to assume that role. For the last four years, Dr. Lundberg has worked closely with Dr. Green on all of the major issues faced by the college. Having led us through the strategic planning process, Dr. Lundberg is uniquely qualified to assume the presidency. We are thrilled to have such a seamless transition of leadership.”

Dr. Lundberg earned a PhD in Organizational Systems from Saybrook University and a Master of Health Services Administration from Arizona State University. His doctoral program focused on culture, motivation, and high performance teams.He has built an impressive and diverse 35-year career spanning leadership roles in hospitals, consulting, training, planning, and higher education both in the United States and internationally.

Speaking of what made Dr. Lundberg an attractive candidate to be OCOM’s next president, Williams noted, “He has a proven record of leading organizations, particularly during times of uncertainty or change. He combines an ability to help clarify a unifying vision for the future with the operational skills to make that vision a reality.”