During Peggy Allen’s tenure, she has as the Vice President of Operations, the Washington University of Health and Sciences has been locally and internationally recognized as a top medical education program in the Basic Sciences and the Clinical Sciences. With campuses located in Belize City, a Fifth Semester Review Program in Orlando, Florida, and clinical rotations within cities such as Chicago, Denver, Orlando, and Atlanta, the American Global University System serves more than 500 students.
Vice President Peggy Allen has established herself as a leader for the medical school program development, especially related to high-technology and bioscience. She has focused on partnering university research—which under her leadership has more than doubled with corporate and entrepreneurial partners.
She has been a powerful force in the community and has been a catalyst for economic development through Washington University of Health and Sciences collaboration with local and Belize government.
Vice President Peggy Allen has been recognized for her efforts to build a recognized medical school program in the region and abroad.
Prior to joining WUHS, Peggy Allen was the Vice President of Academic Affairs for Med Serve International. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea Ohio and a Master’s of Arts Degree in Education and Educational Technology from the same respected university.
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My name is Katelyn Sainz and I am a MD2 at Washington University of Health and Science. I did my undergrad at Arizona State University and graduated with a BS in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology. I have wanted to be a physician since as long as I can remember.