Kevin H. Souza is the Associate Dean for Medical Education at the University of California, San Francisco. In addition, he serves as Chair of IT Governance for UC San Francisco.
In his role as Associate Dean, he has administrative responsibility for medical student and graduate medical education programs. As Chair of UCSF IT Governance, he oversees a nine-committee governance structure that aligns departmental and central IT decision making to serve the strategic priorities of the institution.
His professional interests include cultivating educational and change leadership, systems improvement, organizational development, strategic visioning, use of innovative and effective technologies in teaching and learning, including simulation.
At UCSF he led change management for the new UCSF School of Medicine Bridges curriculum, which trains physicians who are well prepared to improve the health care system, and therefore the health of our communities. Nationally, he has served in education and technology leadership roles with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
He regularly consults and teaches on organizational support models for medical education and educational technology; change leadership; and leadership development.