Milestones

The following staff members are retiring or celebrating an anniversary with the university in July. The information is compiled by the Office of Work, Life and Engagement, 443-997-7000.

ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL CENTERS

25 years of service

  • Benjamin Reynolds, Center for Talented Youth

20 years of service

  • Anne Hyre, Jhpiego
  • Victoria Weyforth, Center for Talented Youth

15 years of service

  • Laurence Polewczak, Jhpiego

10 years of service

  • Rebecca Clark, Johns Hopkins Press

5 years of service

  • Katrin Decamp, Jhpiego
  • Hally Mahler, Jhpiego
  • Khilaraj Ojha, Jhpiego

BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

30 years of service

  • Rebecca Newcomer, Master of Public Health Program
  • Debra Rukstelis, Human Nutrition
  • Katherine Yates, Epidemiology

25 years of service

  • Connie Donaldson, Center for American Indian Health

20 years of service

  • Salahaddin Abubaker, Environmental Health Sciences
  • Deborah Cooper, Biostatistics

15 years of service

  • Klaus Lemke, Health Policy and Management
  • George Marks, Facilities
  • Brenda Nock, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
  • Claudette Welch, Population, Family and Reproductive Health

10 years of service

  • Alicia Cage, Center for Immunization Research and Vaccine Sciences
  • Brandon Howard,¬†International Health Administration
  • Lloyd Kolman, Information Systems
  • Sandra Kreis, Global Disease Epidemiology and Control
  • Mindi Levin, Student Affairs
  • Constance Mercer, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
  • Gelores Moore, Health, Behavior and Society
  • Dee Wang Sun, Epidemiology

5 years of service

  • Vida Aquino, Epidemiology
  • Susan Harrison, Gates Institute
  • Michael Lester, Finance
  • Maggie Maly, Epidemiology
  • Won Yoo, Epidemiology

CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL

10 years of service

  • Samartha Phifer, Plant Operations

5 years of service

  • Megan Solinger, Admissions

HOMEWOOD STUDENT AFFAIRS

10 years of service

  • Yvonne Mark, Student Health and Wellness Center

5 years of service

  • Kelly Biscotti, Counseling Center

KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

20 years of service

  • Weidong Hu, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Lisa Williams, Political Science

15 years of service

  • James Garmon, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Andrea Jones, Development

10 years of service

  • Ananya Majumdar, Chemistry

PEABODY

35 years of service

  • Elizabeth Nelson, Conservatory

15 years of service

  • Patricia Lovett, Sheridan Libraries
  • Robert Mason, Finance Administration

10 years of service

  • Edward Tetreault, Conservatory

5 years of service

  • Tracey Melhuish, Conservatory

SAIS

20 years of service

  • Anne McKenzie, Academic Affairs

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

15 years of service

  • Maria Waltemeyer, Center for Social Organization of Schools

5 years of service

  • Chad Newill, Development and Alumni Relations

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

40 years of service

  • Mary Buedel, Urology

35 years of service

  • Richard Grossi, Office of the Sr. Associate Dean for Finance and Administration
  • Antoinette Price, Pathology
  • Joann Snell, Geriatric Medicine, Bayview

25 years of service

  • Anna Driggers, Clinical Practice Association
  • Marion Eggleston, Pathology
  • Monica Helmbrecht, Neurology
  • Terri Hennel, Graduate Curriculum
  • Mumtaz Kammerer, Ophthalmology
  • Mary Keyser, Psychiatry
  • Soo Lee, Facilities
  • Elizabeth Martinez, Institute of Clinical Translational Research
  • Shirl Wood, Pediatrics

20 years of service

  • Tina Bernard, Billing
  • Joann Candy, Orthopaedics
  • Christina Dill, Oncology
  • Brian Iglehart, Immunogenetics
  • Karen Lane, Neurology
  • Rosemary Ramroop, Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • Brenda Stettes, Postdoctoral Affairs
  • Rosemarie Van't Hoff, Facilities

15 years of service

  • George Allen, General Administration, Chairman's Office
  • Gary Blechman, Pediatrics
  • Jessica Bonham, Clinical Practice Association
  • Carol Cooke, Neurology
  • Janette Daughtry, Clinical Practice Association
  • Darlene Fuchs-Lyons, Geriatric Medicine, Bayview
  • Lashawn Gillis, Dermatology
  • Kimberly Keiser, General Internal Medicine
  • Jennifer Kerilla, International Services
  • Sylvia Mack, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • Vanessa Wasta, Oncology
  • Shanel Watty, Basic Science
  • Jacqueline Yonkers, Oncology

10 years of service

  • **Claudia Bordon, Pediatrics
  • Sharel Brown, Research Administration
  • Lynn Calvin, Psychiatry, Bayview
  • Renee Carter, Radiology
  • Marie Clark, Pulmonary
  • Caroline Davis, Geriatric Medicine, Bayview
  • Megan Duffy, Psychiatry, Bayview
  • Tanya Engler, Gastroenterology
  • Catherine Evans, Research Animal Resources
  • Suzanne Fowble, Psychiatry
  • Linda Ishmael-Hosein, Clinical Practice Association
  • Shernice Madison, Institute of Clinical Translational Research
  • Tianzhi Mao, Pulmonary
  • Karla McCarthy, Endocrinology
  • Judith Minkove, Marketing and Communications
  • Eric Myers, Research Animal Resources
  • Melissa Newhart, Neurology
  • Magaline Newman, Facilities
  • Kisten Nolan, Infectious Diseases
  • John Papathakis, Cardiology
  • Melissa Scudder, Surgery, Bayview
  • David Sentz Sr., Neurology
  • Rebecca Slattery, Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • Angela Steinberg, Cardiology
  • Samuel Taylor, Research Animal Resources
  • Claire Twose, Welch Medical Library

5 years of service

  • Linda Brown, Biological Chemistry
  • Keira Bryant, Pulmonary
  • Jessie Burkett, Facilities
  • Dawn Colbert, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • John Coulson, Pediatrics
  • Kelly Crowley, Institute of Clinical Translational Research
  • Alice David, Otolaryngology
  • Charlene Dorsey, Continuing Medical Education
  • Jamie Dorsey, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology
  • Heather Dozier, Pathology
  • Kenneth Flanagan, Facilities
  • Sean Griffith, Institute of Genetic Medicine
  • Christina Hause, Endocrinology
  • Karen Haws, Billing
  • Danyelle Jordan, General Administration, Chairman's Office
  • Sarah Longenecker, Endocrinology
  • Latoya Ludd, Oncology
  • Alexey Lyashkov, Cardiology
  • Krysten Mazor, Psychiatry, Bayview
  • Barry Meisenberg, Oncology
  • Jennifer Meuchel, Psychiatry
  • Sharmily Mukhopadhyay, Psychiatry
  • Yoshito Otake, Biomedical Engineering
  • Trivikram Rajkhowa, Oncology
  • Ana Raman, Pharmacology
  • Lauren Rodgers, Oncology
  • Candace-Anne Scott, Institute of Clinical Translational Research
  • Brooke Snyder, Urology
  • Sanxia Wang, Biological Chemistry
  • Gretchen Westphal, Ophthalmology
  • Michael Zini, Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine

SCHOOL OF NURSING

5 years of service

  • Danielle Simms, Acute and Chronic Care

SHERIDAN LIBRARIES/JHU MUSEUMS

25 years of service

  • Deborah Slingluff, Sheridan Libraries

15 years of service

  • David Reynolds, Sheridan Libraries

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

30 years of service

  • Carolyn Jackson, Controller

25 years of service

  • Deirdre Hammer, Communications
  • Karen Salinas, Work, Life and Engagement

20 years of service

  • Carolyn Cook, Talent Management and Organization Development
  • Henry Jackson, Supply Chain Shared Services
  • Maria Mace, Development and Alumni Relations

15 years of service

  • Robert Taylor, Research Information Systems

10 years of service

  • Julie Baird, Administrative and Financial Services
  • Geoffrey Corb, Enterprise Applications
  • Eileen Fader, Development and Alumni Relations
  • Michelle Gamble, Controller

5 years of service

  • Heather Dalby, Development and Alumni Relations
  • Marshall Davis, Development and Alumni Relations
  • Siyade Gemechisa, Talent Management and Organization Development
  • Marina Hayden, Investment Management
  • Derek Jones, Facilities
  • Holly Schmittle, Homewood Human Resources
  • Susan Setzer, Controller
  • George Whittingham, Campus Safety and Security

WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

20 years of service

  • Stephanie Benesch, Finance and Administration

10 years of service

  • Kelly Turner, Development and Alumni Relations
  • Denille Williams, Engineering for Professionals

5 years of service

  • Joanne Hall, Institute for Computational Medicine
  • Kristin Hanley, Geography and Environmental Engineering
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