Sadhana Hall, M.A., M.P.H

Sadhana Hall

Sadhana Hall

Sadhana W. Hall is the Deputy Director of the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College where she designs, implements, and oversees programs for undergraduate students focusing on leadership, public policy, and civic engagement. She also oversees the overall operations of the Center and is a member of the senior management team that develops the overall vision and strategic planning initiatives for the Center.

In June 2015, Ms. Hall was the recipient of a staff award given by Dartmouth College - the Sheila Culbert Distinguished Employee Service Award - in recognition of a decade of work during which she built, broadened, and brought academic rigor to experiential learning programs that deepen students’ knowledge and understanding of public policy and strengthen their leadership skills. Her work has included transforming the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows, initiating the Management and Leadership Development program in 2009 to provide sophomores, juniors, and seniors with learning and leadership opportunities focused on understanding and practicing principles that leaders follow in corporate, public, and not-for-profit sectors, and launching the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program in 2012 in response to what she perceived as a need for students to communicate across personal and cultural differences. 

Prior to her appointment at the Rockefeller Center, Ms. Hall worked for more than 20 years with communities around the world in strategic planning, staff and program management, financial planning, and program development. In Tuvalu, Bhutan, and the Caucasus, she helped implement programs in health, agriculture, economic development, and water supply. In the US, Ms. Hall's experience includes managing primary healthcare programs and extending health services to disadvantaged communities in the state of New Hampshire. She served as director of international relations with the Global Health Council, where she also directed three annual global health conferences with 1,500 participants representing 80 countries.

She holds a B.S. from the University of Delhi, India, a M.A. from the University of Rajasthan, India, and a M.P.H. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Public Health.