Dr. Justin Habash

Director of Education & Leadership Programs

Dr. Justin Habash Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Teaching and Learning, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School / Director of Education, National Medal of Honor Center for Leadership

Dr. Habash is the Director of Education for the National Medal of Honor Center for Leadership as well as Assistant Dean for Teaching and Learning at Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business where he teaches graduate-level courses on leadership and ethics. His team provides faculty support in course design, delivery, and assessment, as well as assisting with integrating innovative technologies and pedagogical strategies. During his time in higher education administration, Habash has helped build innovative curricula in liberal arts, business, and health science programs at four different universities.

As the Director of Education of NMOHCFL, Habash oversees the development of the leadership program curriculum customized for different populations and based on proven teaching methods. He is also responsible for building a world-class instructional team that delivers the curriculum across a range of modalities.

Before joining John Hopkins, Habash was the founding director of the Office of Teaching, Learning, and Assessment in the College of Pharmacy at The Ohio State University. While at Ohio State, he led the design and implementation of a new mastery based modular PharmD curriculum, developed personalized faculty teaching development opportunities, and expanded his team’s role as they became the Office of Educational Innovation and Scholarship. Before joining Ohio State, he served as the director of Faculty Services for the Adult and Continuing Education Program at Ohio Dominican University.

Habash began his career as an infantry officer with the 101st Airborne Division where he served as a rifle platoon leader, company executive officer, and company commander. He is a graduate of Xavier University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and English, a Master of Arts, and a Doctor of Philosophy from Duquesne University. Habash and his wife Rachael have two children and live in Lutherville, Maryland.