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Faculty Profiles

Director
Timothy Weihs

Professor, Materials Science & Engineering
Director

Timothy P. Weihs brings a unique combination of research, teaching and entrepreneurial experience to his dual roles as a professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering and director of the Center for Leadership Education. Tim leveraged his research findings during a three-year hiatus from the university to co-found Reactive NanoTechnologies (RNT) and grow the company to the point of first commercial sales before returning to his teaching duties full-time. He remains active as a business consultant and draws on his industry experience to guide and grow CLE. Tim has been recognized with an NSF Career Award, a 3M Young Faculty Fellowship, an R&D 100 Award, and an Innovator of the Year Award.

PhD Stanford University
ME Thayer School of Engineering
BA Dartmouth College

e-mail: weihs@jhu.edu

Full-time Faculty
Lawrence Aronhime

Senior Lecturer
Director, Entrepreneurship & Management Program

Lawrence Aronhime is a full time lecturer with the W.P. Carey Program and has been teaching with Johns Hopkins University since 1992. He teaches in the areas of accounting, entrepreneurship, and technology commercialization. He has successfully started several technology ventures and is actively involved in supporting university technology commercialization efforts through the formation of student teams and projects as well as coursework.

MBA Loyola College
MS Johns Hopkins University
BA Johns Hopkins University

e-mail: aronhime@jhu.edu

Bob Graham

Lecturer

Robert “Bob” Graham has more than 25 years of experience in communications, marketing, and small business development. After a successful career in journalism, marketing and public relations, he launched Bigger Pie Strategies, a small business marketing company that helps companies, ranging from startups to mature companies in a various sectors, to identify, attract and retain their ideal customers. He has taught journalism, English and business courses for Towson University, Goucher College and Strayer University.

MA The American University
BA Towson University

e-mail: bgraham@jhu.edu

Illysa Izenberg

Lecturer

Illysa Izenberg has over 26 years of business experience, 6 in "Corporate America" and the rest in strategy and management consulting and coaching. She's taught graduate students since 2006 and undergraduates since 2010. Currently, she teaches Engineering Business & Management and Principles of Management. As a business consultant, Illysa helps leaders and managers communicate effectively, coach employees for sustained superior performance, work productively in face-to-face and virtual teams, overcome conflict, and manage projects

MBA Harvard Graduate School of Business
BA Brandeis University

e-mail: izenberg@jhu.edu

Leslie Kendrick

Senior Lecturer

Leslie Kendrick has 12 years of experience as a marketing practitioner. Starting in sales, she worked for Harper & Row Publishers, then moved into marketing management at Londontown Corporation and later Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Leslie has taught in our program since 2002 and developed the five core marketing courses and the PR/Media intersession course/NY trip. Active in the Baltimore Chapter of the American Marketing Association, Leslie uses her local network to connect JHU students to marketing and finance internships. She is the internship coordinator for the Center for Leadership Education and Advisor for the JHU Student AMA Chapter.

MBA Loyola College
BA Pennsylvania State University

e-mail: kendrick@jhu.edu

Annette Leps

Senior Lecturer

Annette Leps has over 15 years of experience in the accounting and finance areas including time as a management consultant (providing planning and market feasibility counsel to clients) and as a member of senior-level management for two Fortune 500 companies. Now a full-time Senior Lecturer, Annette teaches accounting and financial statement analysis to JHU undergraduates and the Masters of Science in Engineering Management graduate students. Besides serving as a faculty advisor to the Salant Investment Team, Annette uses her professional and personal network to mentor students and match them with opportunities in consulting, accounting and banking.

MBA St. Louis University
BS University of Missouri-Columbia
Certified Public Accountant

e-mail: aleps@jhu.edu

Charlotte O'Donnell

Lecturer

Charlotte O’Donnell is a writer, photographer, and graphic designer. She has a background in journalism and book publishing. Her work has appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the East Providence Post, the Greensboro Review, and New South, among other publications. She teaches courses in visual communication, oral presentations, and technical and professional writing.

MFA Johns Hopkins University
BFA Washington University in St. Louis

e-mail: cod@charlotteodonnell.net

Keith Quesenberry

Lecturer

Keith Quesenberry brings 17 years communication experience as a creative director and copywriter on marketing campaigns for Fortune 500 corporations like Exxon Mobil, Delta Air Lines, Hershey and Washington Post. He has won advertising creative, public relations and digital marketing awards and been featured in trade publications like Advertising Age. Keith taught at Temple University and West Virginia University and is active in academic research. Recently, he chaired a pre-conference at the American Academy of Advertising national conference. He blogs about social media and marketing at Adding to the Noise, http://addingtonoise.wordpress.com.

MS West Virginia University
BS Temple University
Certificate: Copywriting

e-mail: kquesenberry@jhu.edu

Julie Reiser

Senior Lecturer
Director, Professional Communication Program

Julie Reiser is a senior lecturer for and director of the Professional Communication Program where she teaches courses in dissertation writing, technical and professional communication, research writing, science communication, and oral presentations. Prior to joining Hopkins, Julie was a full-time lecturer at Towson University where she taught business writing, American literature, creative writing, and composition courses. She has also worked as a technical writer/editor, manuscript consultant, and ghostwriter.  Her latest article, "'Thinking in Cartoons': Reclaiming Spiegelman's In the Shadow of No Towers," will be forthcoming in The Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics in 2014.

PhD Johns Hopkins University
MA Johns Hopkins University
MA University of Utah
BA University of Utah

e-mail: julie.reiser@gmail.com

Eric Rice

Senior Lecturer
Director, Graduate Programs

Eric Rice has been operating his consulting practice and teaching communication skills for over twenty-five years. During that time, not only has he developed programs and authored scores of papers, training materials/videos and monographs for clients, but also, and perhaps more important, students in the classes he has taught have performed dozens of projects for organizations that have helped the organizations grow and students find jobs. Since joining the Johns Hopkins community, Eric has developed an taught a series of courses in management topics ranging from negotiations and conflict resolution through ethics and human resources to managing and marketing social enterprises. Additionally, he directs the Masters in Engineering Management Program within the Center for Leadership Education of the Whiting School. Eric has a Master's degree in Education Psychology and a PhD in Educational Sociology, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

PhD University of North Carolina
MEd University of North Carolina

e-mail: ericmrice@gmail.com

Pamela Sheff

Senior Lecturer
Director, Master of Science in Engineering Management Program


Pam Sheff is an award-winning writer and marketing communications consultant, with a wealth of experience developing marketing, public relations and communications strategies for clients ranging from start-ups to large corporate, institutional and government organizations. Now a full-time lecturer in CLE, Pam has taught business communications for private companies and directed the Writing Program at Goucher College. She is also a founder and current Board member of the Prison Education Partnership, an organization devoted to providing college education to incarcerated men and women.

PhD Harvard University
AM Harvard University

e-mail: pamsheff@gmail.com

William Smedick

Senior Lecturer

Bill Smedick is the Director of Leadership Programs and Assessment Initiatives for the Office of the Dean of Student Life at Johns Hopkins University. Bill also serves as a Consultant for Kathleen Allen Associates providing student affairs program reviews, curriculum design and professional coaching. Bill has been involved in leadership education at Johns Hopkins University since 1989. He is a part time lecturer teaching Leadership Theory and Leading for Social Change in the Center for Leadership Education. Bill has served in various community and professional leadership roles including Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the National Association for Campus Activities and President of the Westminster (MD) Wolves Soccer Club.

EdD Morgan State University
MS Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
BS Southern Connecticut State University

e-mail: smedick@jhu.edu

Part-time Faculty
Michael Agronin

Lecturer

Mike Agronin is a product developer and the inventor of Black & Decker's award-winning Thermal Leak Detector. He has mechanical engineering degrees from MIT and the University of Texas, and an M.BA from Loyola University, Maryland, where he has taught M.BA students for the last five years. Mike pioneered product development processes that led to a series of highly-successful consumer products for Black & Decker. He is currently Director of R&D for Direct Dimensions, Inc., where he is developing a hand-held device that scans objects to create dimensionally-accurate 3D computer models.

MBA Loyola University Maryland
MSME University of Texas
BSME Massachusetts Institute of Technology

e-mail: magroni1@jhu.edu

Jen Bernstein

Lecturer

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Laura Davis

Lecturer

Laura G. Davis earned a BS in English from Towson University and a MA in TESOL from George Washington University. Having taught ESL in a wide variety of organizations such as Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Baltimore County Public Schools, the Community College of Baltimore County, the College of Notre Dame, and the University of Baltimore, Ms. Davis brings more than 11 years of experience teaching and tutoring Baltimore international students. Ms. Davis leads writing workshops, teaches composition classes, tutors writing students, and teaches all aspects of communicating in an American English culture.

MA George Washington University
BS Towson University

e-mail: edyowen@aol.com

Marci De Vries

Lecturer

Marci De Vries has 20 years of marketing and business development experience. She was president of the Baltimore Chapter of the American Marketing Association, and named one of the Top 40 local business leaders under 40 by both the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Magazine. During her career, she has performed marketing campaigns for National Public Radio, Choice Hotels International, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, The Home Depot, Structural Group, Fiberon/Weatherbest, and PHH Arval. Her total client roster is over 150 companies strong.

MA American University
BA Western Michigan University

e-mail: marci@mdvinteractive.com

Kevin Dungey

Senior Lecturer

KevinDungey has over 35 years of experience teaching communications skills in universities and consulting with federal and state agencies and in private business. He has worked at the Government Accountability Office since 1986 where, among other duties, he has taught executives how to prepare to give congressional testimony. He has headed up undergraduate writing programs at the University of Maryland College Park and St. John's College-Annapolis. He is co-owner and Director of Quality Communications Group, Inc.

PhD Stanford University
AB University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

e-mail: dungey@erols.com

David Fisher

Lecturer

David Fisher teaches Business Law I and Business Law II with the W.P. Carey Program. He previously worked as a business and political consultant, as an attorney in private practice (concentrating in business, landlord-tenant, contract and debtor-creditor law), and in theLitigation and Prosecution Unit of Maryland's Office of Unemployment Insurance. He currently serves as a hearing examiner, adjudicating unemployment benefit appeals. Before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2000, he taught journalism, ethics and law courses at several area colleges and universities.

JD University of Baltimore School of Law
BA Cornell University

e-mail: dafprof@msn.com

Mark Franceschini

Senior Lecturer

Mark C.Franceschini has been a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University since 1999 and teaches Business Law, Internet Law, and Case Studies in Business Ethics with the W.P. Carey Program.He is an attorney with the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, where he is an appeals hearing officer and presides over unemployment hearings. He also has his own practice handling cases in family law, general litigation, criminal law and collections.He is a member of the Maryland Bar.

JD University of Baltimore School of Law
BA Rutgers University

e-mail: markcf2@gmail.com

Sean Furlong

Lecturer

Sean Furlong has over 24 years experience in both the Corporate and Non-Profit Accounting world. He currently serves as CFO for Gilman School where he has worked for the past 11 years. Prior to this position, Sean had worked in financial management for Procter and Gamble, Black & Decker and Cisco Systems. He holds a BS in Chemistry from Bradley University, an MBA in Finance from Indiana University and obtained his CPA in 1993. He currently teaches Financial Accounting at Johns Hopkins and a Business Course at Gilman School.

MBA Indiana University
BS Bradley University
Certified Public Accountant

e-mail: sfurlong@gilman.edu

Dorothee Heisenberg

Senior Lecturer

Dorothee Heisenberg received her PhD from Yale University after having been a banker at what is now Chase Bank in their Global Financial Institutions Division. She was a faculty member at SAIS for 8 years, occupying the inaugural S. Richard Hirsch Chair. Subsequently, she became the Associate Director of the International Studies major, before founding a startup in the medical device field. Currently she is a special assistant to the Dean of the Whiting School of Engineering, helping to launch the new JHU business accelerator. She is the author of two books, one on the genesis of the euro and the other on transatlantic differences over privacy issues. She has many peer reviewed publications, book chapters and monographs in the areas of international political economy, the International monetary system and the European Union.

PhD Yale University
MA Yale University
BS University of New Hampshire, Durham

e-mail: drheisenberg@jhu.edu

Jason Heiserman

Lecturer

Dr. Jason Heiserman has a dual role at Johns Hopkins University, serving as the Senior Associate Director of Alumni Relations and as a Lecturer teaching in the Professional Communication Program. He has taught a variety of speech communication courses at local colleges and universities. In his alumni relations role, he manages the university's regional and young alumni communities across the nation and throughout the world. Jason has presented over 25 educational workshops at national conferences on topics such as leadership development, volunteer management, and event planning. Additionally, he has authored a variety of articles for Programming magazine. Jason earned his PhD in Higher Education Administration at nearby Morgan State University. Beyond the work world, Jason is a huge sports fan, enjoys hip hop music, and loves spending time with his wife and two young children.

PhD Morgan State University
MEd James Madison University
BS James Madison University

e-mail: jheiserman@jhu.edu

Nicole Jerr

Lecturer

Nicole Jerr has been at Johns Hopkins University since 2007, where she is completing her doctoral degree in the Humanities Center. In addition to the literature and communications classes she teaches at Hopkins, she also teaches Intellectual History courses at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Before moving to Baltimore, she taught in the Basic Program of The University of Chicago. Currently, she is co-editing Scaffolding Sovereignty: Global Perspectives on the History and Aesthetics of a Concept, forthcoming from the Studies in Political Thought Series of Columbia University Press.

Pursuing Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University
MA University of Chicago
BA Northwestern University

e-mail: nicole.jerr@jhu.edu

Theresa Jones

Lecturer

Theresa D. Jones teaches Principles of Marketing and Branding: Shaping the Way Consumers View Products. She is a passionate business leader with more than 15 years of marketing and sales experience. She spent 12 years working for Procterf & Gamble (P&G) in a variety of consumer and shopper marketing assignments. Her experience includes leading the marketing strategy and plans for the Delhaize group and launching Pantene Relaxed & Natural  the companys first African-American targeted brand. She has lectured at the graduate and undergraduate levels and has extensive experience in training and development in the areas of marketing, strategy and leadership.

MBA Duke University
BS American University

e-mail: theresadjones@verizon.net

Andy Kulanko

Senior Lecturer

Andy Kulanko has taught oral presentations courses to Johns Hopkins students since 2000. He has spent many years providing training to and developing the communication skills of managers and staff in business, government, and academia. He is the executive producer and host of the cable access television program "SpeakEasy" and has had a long affiliation with the Toastmasters International communication and leadership program. His humor, experience, and encouragement help students gain the skills and confidence needed to meet the challenge of speaking before an audience.

MS George Washington University
BS St. Josephs University

e-mail: akulanko@aol.com

Denise Link-Farajali

Lecturer

Having previously taught at JHU for 5 years, Denise Link-Farajali is happy to return! With over 30 years experience in English as a Second Language (ESL) education, she has also taught graduate courses in TESOL and directed many business and cultural programs as well as the English Language Institute at Notre Dame of Maryland University. Medical interest from her Rochester days facilitated her tutoring numerous area professionals to pass tests mandated by their medical boards. A born teacher, Denise infuses her classroom with music and drama from Eastman study and a sense of humor, creating a safe harbor for students to open up and express themselves.

MEd SUNY at Buffalo
BA University of Rochester

e-mail: farajali@comcast.net

Kimberly Manns

Lecturer

Ms. Manns is currently serving as the Program Director for the Baltimore Campaign for Grade Level Reading, where she is tasked with building a citywide strategy to increase the City’s 3rd grade reading scores by 100% by 2020. Most recently, Ms. Manns was Deputy Director of Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Office of Policy and Communications and Special Projects. In that role, she performed daily public relations for the Mayor including the execution of press events and writing press releases, talking points, and media advisories. Ms. Manns began her career as an Assistant Brand Manager for Procter and Gamble’s Covergirl and Wal-Mart accounts. In this role, Ms. Manns led multi-functional teams to design and launch consumer products nationwide. She also successfully developed and implemented multi-million dollar marketing plans. In her spare time, Ms. Manns enjoys yoga, reading, and traveling.

MA Johns Hopkins University
BS Georgetown University

e-mail: krmanns@gmail.com

Sinan Ozdemir

Lecturer

Sinan Ozdemir is an entrepreneur/data scientist. He received both his Bachelors and Masters in Theoretical Mathematics from The Johns Hopkins University. Sinan has worked, filed patents, and published papers in a wide variety of fields including game theory, medtech, cryptography, and social media. He is currently the Founder and CTO of Tier5, a professional data analytics company as well as a consultant for other entrepreneurs in Maryland. Sinan stresses student-to-student communication as a powerful teaching method. He utilizes long term projects, short term problem sets, oral presentations and more in order to strengthen multiple educational areas at once. In his spare time, Sinan enjoys learning about craft beer/wine, speaking at conferences/workshops, and taking care of his many pets.

MA Johns Hopkins University
BA Johns Hopkins University

e-mail: sinan.u.ozdemir@gmail.com

Marco Priolo

Lecturer

Marco Priolo is the Director of Business Development at Johns Hopkins Medicine where he manages cross-entity project teams that evaluate clinical development opportunities for the health system. Previously, Marco was a Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives at Remedi SeniorCare where he worked on various programmatic initiatives including financial planning for new customers, data warehouse planning, and the development of a customer pricing tool. He also served for four years a Senior Associate in Healthcare Advisory Services at KPMG. There he worked with health systems and community hospitals on strategic and financial planning engagements including major capital projects, hospital acquisitions, physician alignment strategies, and reimbursement planning. Marco is in his seventh year as a volunteer assistant coach for the JHU wrestling team. He enjoys working out, participating in service projects for Baltimore City and he is an avid fan of the Washington Redskins.

MHS Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
BA Johns Hopkins University
Certified Public Accountant

e-mail: marco.t.priolo@gmail.com

Bryan Rakes

Lecturer

Bryan Rakes assists clients with structuring and closing complex mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and venture capital investments, and financing transactions. Bryan represents private equity investors, senior and subordinated lenders, and emerging growth companies resulting in a well-developed sense of the business goals and expectations of all of the parties in these transactions. He has been a participant on panels speaking in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, equity investments, commercial loan transactions, drafting commercial agreements and general corporate planning. He has written and co-written several articles on various topics related to business transactions. Bryan is a member of the Board of Directors of the Maryland Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, of Everyman Theatre and of Civic Works, a Baltimore non-profit organization.

JD Syracuse University College of Law
BA Transylvania University

e-mail: WRakes@Venable.com

Joshua Reiter

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Reiter is an alum of JHU (BA and Ed.D.) and president of ApplicationsOnline, LLC, a Baltimore based software development firm focusing on developing online admissions applications for higher education and secondary schools. His company was the original technology provider for the Common Application Online and is currently the creator of the Universal College Application and the Gateway to Prep Schools Application. He has been teaching at JHU since 1994. He teaches Business Process and Quality Management, and Principles of Management. In his spare time Josh is a distance runner, takes flying trapeze lessons and is working on his first musical. Dr. Reiter is also the faculty advisor to the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team.

EdD Johns Hopkins University
MBA New York University Stern School of Business
BA Johns Hopkins University

e-mail: jjreiter@yahoo.com

Douglas Sandhaus

Senior Lecturer

Douglas S. Sandhaus has been an instructor with the W.P. Carey program since 2002, having taught Business Law, Internet Law, Business Communication, and Case Studies in Business Ethics. Outside of Hopkins, he is a licensed Maryland attorney who works as an appeal hearing supervisor with the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

JD University of Baltimore School of Law
MA University of Maryland
BA State University of New York at Buffalo

e-mail: doug@sandhauslaw.com

Jay Thompson

Lecturer

Jay R. Thompson is a freelance science writer whose work has appeared in Discover Magazine, Earth Magazine and ScienceNOW, the online daily news site for AAAS. Previously, he spent nearly four years as a staff reporter for the Baltimore Sun Media Group’s Community Newspaper Division, before which he was a CAD drafter in a shipyard, a furniture salesman, a bartender and more.

MA Johns Hopkins University
BA Grand Valley State University

e-mail: jayismadeofstarstuff@gmail.com

Caroline Wilkins

Lecturer

Caroline Wilkins has taught in the University of Maryland's Professional Writing Program since 1999 and in UMD's English Department since 1991. Ms. Wilkins has taught many courses including Introduction to the Novel; Women's Literature; Western World Literature; Advanced Composition; and Writing in the Arts. In addition, she has taught many sections of English 101, including sections in the College Park Scholars Program. She studied literature at Wesleyan University, George Mason University, and the University of Maryland. Her research interests include critical theory, feminist theory, and contemporary literature. She has presented at many conferences on topics as varied as transgression and visuality, Harold Pinter, and 18th Century women's literature.

ABD University of Maryland
MA George Mason University
BA Wesleyan University

e-mail: cwilkins@umd.edu

Staff
Pamela Arrington

Academic Program Coordinator

Pam joined the Center for Leadership Education staff in January 2010 as an Academic Program Coordinator. She supports the administrative functions of the CLE by assisting faculty and also advises students who are interested in taking classes or have questions about the CLE programs. She also handles the payroll for the CLE Course Assistants and HSE Student Staff. Pam came to the CLE from JHU Homewood Student Employment Services where she worked as a Payroll Coordinator since January 2007. Prior to her work at Johns Hopkins, she had over 20 years experience in the manufacturing industry in the roles of Payroll, Human Resources Assistant, DOT Coordinator and Production Office Manager. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her children, grandchidren and fiance. She is an avid gardener and show car enthusiast.

e-mail: parring2@jhu.edu

Megan Capano

Academic Program Coordinator

Megan is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a BA in Media and Communications Studies. As a Baltimore native, Megan has been involved with many local companies, including Betamore, where she was a Marketing and Event Planning Intern. Her role at Betamore was to create engaging events for the community, such as a Mario Kart Tournament that kicked off the Baltimore Grand Prix. She has joined the Hopkins family as an Academic Program Coordinator and will take on the responsibilities of the Entrepreneurship and Management Minor. Megan’s biggest claim to fame was being crowned the UMBC 2012 Female Weight Lifting Champion and since passing on the torch she keeps active by playing lacrosse and running.

BA University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

e-mail: megan.capano@jhu.edu

Nat Creamer

Director of Center Operations

Nat Creamer worked as a contractor to the federal government for 13 years. For most of that time he was a Help Desk Manager for the National Cancer Institute. His experience is in team environments focused on customer service and process management. Previously Nat spent five years working in an academic center at Boston University's School of Public Health. He is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer from the West African archipelago of Cape Verde. A campus neighbor, he revels in his new walking commute with his wife and two children which includes a mid-way break at the school bus stop.

BA Lake Forest College

e-mail: ncreamer@jhu.edu

Kendal Enz

Academic Program Coordinator

Kendal became a staff member at the Center for Leadership Education in the summer of 2014. Originally from New Jersey, she came to Maryland to study Communication Arts at Hood College, and has remained in the area ever since. Prior to her position as an Academic Program Coordinator at Johns Hopkins, Kendal worked for the Frederick News Post as a freelance journalist and at the Frederick County Board of Elections as an Election Clerk. She recently moved from Frederick to Baltimore, and is excited to call Charm City her new home. In her free time, Kendal enjoys reading, writing and seeing live music. She hopes to one day publish a novel.

BA Hood College

e-mail: kendal.enz@jhu.edu

Kate Felder

Administrative Secretary

Kate has been with JHU since 2009, formerly with Security and Human Resources. Originally from North Carolina, she has settled in the Baltimore community of Remington where she serves as an active Board Member for the Greater Remington Improvement Association. Kate is currently pursuing a BA in Business at the University of Baltimore. She enjoys beating everyone at Scrabble, grilling out with neighbors, Oxford commas, and horror movies. Kate lives in her tiny rowhouse with her husband and three cats: Big Ethel, Hambone and Cheez Whizzard.

Pursuing BA, University of Baltimore

e-mail: kate.felder@jhu.edu

Angela Ruddle

Academic Program Coordinator

Angela has worked for Johns Hopkins University since 1992 in Continuing Education (now the Carey Business School), Arts & Sciences Academic Advising, Alumni Relations and now in her present position as Academic Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Engineering Management Program. She has an AA degree from Villa Julie College (now Stevenson University) as well as BS and MLA degrees from Johns Hopkins. She enjoys reading all genres, especially historical non-fiction, fiction and mysteries. She has 3 children, 5 grandchildren and a dog named Gus.

MLA Johns Hopkins University
BS Johns Hopkins University

e-mail: ruddle@jhu.edu