Sharon Brickhouse Martin
Sharon Brickhouse Martin is a senior health care consultant with expertise in organizational and operational evaluation and improvement. Her skills include business process reengineering, management development and team building, and information systems utilization.
Her clients have included teaching and non-teaching hospitals, hospices and health systems, physician associations, information systems and supply vendors, managed care organizations, and military and government health care organizations. Sharon is the founder and president of Brickhouse•Martin Healthcare Engineering, which works to sustain improvements and manage change using proven engineering analyses. In this capacity, she manages the firm’s information technology services. Sharon previously served in senior positions at Ernst & Whinney, Coopers & Lybrand and Booz Allen Hamilton. An experienced facilitator and trainer, Sharon currently serves on the advisory board of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, the board of directors of the Comprehensive Health Investment Project of Virginia, and the advisory board of the Ron Brown Scholars Program. She has also served on the advisory council for the Medical Care for Children Partnership of Fairfax County, Virginia and as president of the board for the National Capital Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers. She holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and operations research as well as a master’s in engineering administration, both from Virginia Tech. Sharon was elected to Foundation board in 2015.