Jennifer E. Green-Wilson, PT, MBA, EdD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Care Studies at The College at Brockport. She is also the principal of the Institute for Business Literacy and Leadership (also known as the Leadership Institute). She is the former Director of the Institute for Leadership in Physical Therapy (LAMP) for HPA The Catalyst of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and former member of the APTA Private Practice Section (PPS) Education Committee. She served as a Director on the Board of Directors of the APTA from 2011 to 2014. Jennifer speaks nationally and internationally on topics related to leadership, business literacy, and management in health care; has been invited to submit short articles for APTA’s “Business Sense: section of PT in Motion; and was awarded a national research grant from the HPA Section in 2009. Additionally, she was awarded HPA The Catalyst’s LAMPLighter Leadership Award in February 2014, the Rochester Hearing and Speech Center’s James DeCaro Leadership Award in 2017, and the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia’s (PTAG) R. M. Barney Poole Leadership Academy Award for Excellence in Leadership and Education in 2019.
Dr. Green-Wilson works with doctor of physical therapy programs and diverse health care organizations across the country, helping strengthen the development of practice management, business literacy, and leadership skills at entry-level and in contemporary practice. Dr. Green-Wilson holds an EdD degree in Executive Leadership from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York; an MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology; and a BS in physical therapy from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Stacey Zeigler, PT, DPT, MS is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. She is also the founder and owner of Fun in Aging Physical Therapy, PC, a physical therapy private practice focusing on in-home wellness and fitness for older adults. She has been a faculty member for HPA The Catalyst of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) LAMP programs since 2001, and has held elected and volunteer positions at the district, chapter, and national levels of the APTA. She speaks nationally and internationally on topics related to leadership, patient autonomy, and health promotion with an emphasis on the application of these topics to the clinical practice of physical therapists. Dr. Zeigler was awarded HPA The Catalyst’s LAMPLighter Leadership Award in February 2016, Jefferson Community College’s Distinguished Alumni Professional Achievement Award in 2013, HPA The Catalyst’s Outstanding Service Award in 2012, and the Dr. Marilyn Moffat Distinguished Service Award from the New York Physical Therapy Association in 2011.
Dr. Zeigler has held formal and informal leadership roles within and outside of the profession of physical therapy and currently focuses her efforts on inspiring the leaders of tomorrow at the grassroots level through education and mentorship. Dr. Zeigler earned her DPT from Simmons College in 2005, an MS in Community Health Administration and Wellness Promotion from California College for Health Sciences in 2001, and a BS in physical therapy from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York, in 1994.