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Windsor Westbrook Sherrill serves as associate vice president for health research at Clemson University and chief science officer at the Greenville Health System. She is a professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Clemson and an adjunct professor of the USC School of Medicine Greenville. She teaches in the areas of health services administration and finance. In her health administration career, she has served as assistant hospital director and administrative fellow at the Medical College of Georgia and has been a health management consultant with numerous healthcare organizations. Windsor's research areas are health systems delivery, finance and evaluation, health management education and medical education. Her work has been focused on improving health management education as well as health services for underserved populations. She has served as the faculty representative to the Clemson University board of trustees and is an honorary member of the Clemson University Class of 1939, the highest honor bestowed on Clemson University faculty. Windsor earned her doctorate in health policy from the Florence Heller School of Brandeis University where she was a Pew Foundation Health Policy Fellow. She has a masters of health administration and masters of business administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University. She lives in Clemson. She is a Fellow of the eighth class of the Liberty Fellowship Program and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.