Linda Bane Frizzell, PhD
Dr. Frizzell has extensive experience and practice as a provider and administrator with American Indian health systems. Her endeavors have included a broad range of professional preparations both in medicine and education, all dedicated to improvement of quality of life across the life span and health and wellness equity.
She has provided numerous testimonies in regard to health policy, health issues, public health, cultural traditions, and tribal consultation. Her specialties include: Health Services Administration; Clinic Management; Rural & Indian Health Policy and Legislation; Public Health and Wellness; Cultural Humility; Health and Education Research and Assessment; Behavioral Health; Community Assessment and Survey Development; Evaluation; Gerontology Services, Assessment, and Avocation; Exercise Physiology; Health Education; Physical Rehabilitative Therapy; Service Learning Administration; Senior Corps Administration; and Therapeutic Recreation.
She currently serves on the national Office of Minority Heath’s Advisory Committee, Governing Board of the Minneapolis Indian Health Board; Global Health Faculty Associate; and an Associate Professor, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota.
She developed six classes in American Indian Health and Wellness; and an American Indian Graduate Minor and a Regents Certificate for American Indian Public Health and Wellness. She also teaches and provides presentations on tribal public health and wellness.