Hanna B. Sherman, MD is the Program Director of Health and Health Care for the Center for Courage & Renewal, an organization dedicated to supporting a more just, compassionate, and healthy society by helping people bring more integrity and wholeness into their work places and lives. In her role, Hanna works with leaders and organizations in health and health care nationally and internationally to develop safe and trustworthy spaces for personal and professional growth, positive change, and life-giving choices. Organizations Hanna has worked with include Mayo Clinic Florida, Mission Health System, and Cambridge Health Alliance. Since 2008, she has co-led Courage to Lead®, a retreat series for professional development and renewal for leaders in health care and other serving professions. Hanna writes and speaks nationally about professional formation, inner leadership, and relational trust in organizations. Her former consulting group, Relationship Centered Health Care, was a forerunner of promoting relationship centered leadership and care. In 2010 Hanna co-founded Partners for ACCESS, an organization supporting a medical clinic, nursing school, and community development center in rural Uganda.
A pediatrician by training, Hanna received her medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her internship and residency at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.