Donna has over 30 years’ experience in academia, health care, the corporate world, and health education. She holds a Ph.D. in Community Health Education from Texas Women’s University, Master of Science in Education from Baylor University, and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health from Texas A&M University where she was an intercollegiate basketball player.
Presently as System Program Manager, Innovations, Spiritual Care Delivery for the Baylor Scott & White System, she has developed a foundational model to fill the gap between health care, complex patients, and resources through collaboration with health care, faith communities, and community organizations.
Dr. Stauber is involved with several organizations including the Dean’s Advisory Council for the School of Education at Texas A&M University, Board of Directors for GAP Ministries, National Stake Holders Advisory Council, and is the past president of Texas Society of Public Health Education.
Donna has been blessed as the recipient of various awards and honors, such as the Excellence in Community Health Education by the National Association of Women's Health and the Kitty Magee Outstanding Professional Award by Texas Women's University Department of Health Studies.