“Be Current, Be Connected” – Libby Manship, eHealth Director at IU Health

Image“Be current, be connected” is a phrase Libby Manship lives and works by. A wife and mother of two, Manship is a self-described social media and technology geek, making her the perfect candidate as eHealth director for IU Health and the face behind many online activities of IU Health.

Manship joined the Anderson University MBA program in 2003 along with her husband, Mike. She believed Anderson University offered the most comprehensive, convenient, and schedule friendly MBA program in the Indianapolis area. A 1999 graduate of Franklin College, she has accomplished much in a short amount of time. In 2012, Manship was featured on Indiana Business Journal’s list of “Forty Under 40” as well as received the Anderson University MBA Program’s award for the 2012 Distinguished Young Professional.

The Falls School of Business is proud to have alumna like Manship representing the MBA program. Manship is proud to have the name of Anderson University on her résumé. “I think so highly of Anderson University and everything they have done for me,” she explains. Through the AU MBA program, Manship learned business skills related to accounting, finance, and statistics, as well as the knowledge needed to develop a business plan. For Manship, the AU MBA has been pivotal in both her personal and professional development.


If you get the chance, check out IU Health’s new app (My Healthy Habits) on iTunes.

“My Healthy Habits, an American Heart Association | Listen To Your Heart initiative, supported by Indiana University Health, helps you build healthy habits into your daily routine – with ease. 

 With My Healthy Habits, you can choose from a list of healthy behaviors like eating fruits and vegetables every day or getting more sleep every night. Want to build a habit not listed in the app? My Healthy Habits lets you create your own unique habit while tracking daily progress on an integrated calendar.”


The AU MBA program is a traditional MBA program designed for the working professional. Classes meet in the evening and mostly one night each week. Most students complete the program in less than 23 months. The MBA program is offered on the Anderson campus and in several locations in the Indianapolis area. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) nationally accredits the Anderson University MBA program, and Anderson University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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