Dr. Falcon is a high performing, versatile, and commercially astute forward thinker offering a career of impressive successes as a Healthcare Administrator, Entrepreneur, and Professor.
Dr. Falcon is detail-driven and analytical, with a strong ability to view problems and recommend solutions from multiple perspectives. She is committed to producing high quality, successful businesses and product lines by focusing and investing energy in the development of the organization’s human capital. Her last 12 years of management experience included the daily operations, budget compliance, and resource allocation of roughly $20 million dollars to operate 96 tertiary hospital inpatient medical beds and an outpatient mental health clinic. Dr. Falcon provided administrative oversight of 10 physicians and more than 250 employees. Currently, Dr. Falcon is an Assistant Professor of Business and Healthcare Administration at Florida Southern College’s Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise, where she teaches a variety of courses including Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Leadership, Healthcare Policy, Healthcare Quality, and Personal Finance. In 2019, Dr. Falcon was awarded the Outstanding Faculty of the Year and the Sam Walton Fellow of the Year for excellence in advancement of entrepreneurial spirit. In 2020, Dr. Falcon was appointed to the prestigious position of the Dorotha C. Tanner Chair in Ethics in Business and Economics.
Dr. Falcon earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida Southern College, a master’s degree in Counseling from the University of South Florida, a master’s degree in Health Services Administration from Webster University, and a doctorate in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University.