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Lanspa, Kennebrew assume new roles at Creighton School of Medicine

Lanspa, Kennebrew assume new roles at Creighton School of Medicine

Stanette Kennebrew, M.B.A., J.D., and Stephen J. Lanspa, M.D., will assume expanded roles in the Creighton University School of Medicine.

Cam Enarson, M.D., dean of the school of medicine and vice president for the health sciences, made the announcement today.The appointments, effective July 1, are new positions.

Kennebrew will become senior associate dean for finance and administration. Kennebrew, who earned a law degree from the University of La Verne Law School, Ontario, Calif., and a master’s in business administration from Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker School of Management, Claremont, Calif., joined the Creighton School of Medicine in 1998 as associate dean for finance and administration. In her new position, she will assume a greater leadership role within the school. Lanspa will serve as senior associate dean for academic and clinical affairs.

Lanspa, a 1978 Creighton medical school graduate, joined Creighton’s faculty in 1984. Most recently, he was associate dean for clinical affairs. In his new position, he will oversee all academic and clinical affairs for the School of Medicine to facilitate better integration of the two areas. He will also continue to serve as president of Creighton Medical Associates.

“I look forward to working with Ms. Kennebrew and Dr. Lanspa in their new roles to continue to advance the school’s missions of education, research and service” Enarson said.