Dr. Eve Krahe serves as the Dean of Graduate Programs in the School of Health Services Administration (SHSA) at the University of Phoenix (UOPX), overseeing the experience and outcomes of approximately 1500 students. Prior to joining the University, Eve was the Director of the Undergraduate and Graduate Healthcare Innovation Programs at Arizona State University (ASU) and held the rank of Associate Professor.
Dr. Krahe is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Association of University Administrators and a member of the Board of Directors of the Arizona Humanities Council. She is a founding member of the UOPX chapter of the Upsilon Phi Delta Health Administration Honors Society, and a founding member of the ASU Center for Interprofessional Education under the direction of Dr. Gerri Lamb. She has participated as an invited judge at the ASU Herberger Design School’s Health and Healing Environments Charrette, and is a member of the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum (SEAC). She continues to sit on doctoral committees at ASU and elsewhere. Each year, she convenes the UOPX Healthcare Industry Advisory Council, comprised of senior leadership from across the health sector – including architecture, sustainability, philanthropy, health systems, and analytics. She is a reviewer for the Patient Experience Journal and Health Administration Press.
Her academic background is in complexity science, anthropology, international relations, and comparative religions.