Sharon Brickhouse Martin is Founder and President of Brickhouse•Martin Healthcare Engineering (B•MHE), a Brickhouse•Martin, LLC company. In her capacity, she is responsible for the management and information technology services that the firm provides to its healthcare clients. A professional services firm since 1991, B•MHE’s mission is to work with industry client to sustain improvements and manage change using proven engineering analyses.
She is a senior healthcare consultant with more than 20 years of experience in organizational and operational evaluation and improvement; initially in the manufacturing industry and predominately in the healthcare industry. Prior to starting B•MHE, Ms. Martin served in senior positions in the healthcare consulting practices of Ernst & Whinney, Coopers & Lybrand, and Booz Allen & Hamilton, Inc. An experienced facilitator and trainer, Ms. Martin has been a frequent speaker on subjects including project management, process improvement, information technology, strategic planning, and teambuilding for healthcare organizations. Her client base includes hospitals and health systems, physician practice groups, information systems and supply vendors, managed care organizations, and military and government healthcare organizations.
Including the Advisory Board of the Ron Brown Scholars Program, Ms. Martin has a long history of board service and currently serves on the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors, the Virginia Hospital Center Board of Directors, and both the HSC Foundation Board of Directors and the HSCSN Board of Directors which are affiliated boards of Children’s National Hospital.
Ms. Martin holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research as well as an M.S. in Engineering Administration, both from Virginia Tech. She is also a qualified Myers Briggs Type Indicator instructor and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). She and her family have been long term residents of Fairfax, Virginia.