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Who does that?

WHO DOES THAT?
Meet Laura DeSisto, who found her dream job at JHU
Published Jan 30, 2023
As director of the nation's oldest Master of Liberal Arts program, she seeks to ensure it continues to make an impact—now and into the future
WHO DOES THAT?
Meet JHU's Onsite Clinical Care Team
Published Nov 11, 2022
The therapists' goal? To assist employees who may be struggling with work or family pressures, or other stressful issues (and sessions are free)
WHO DOES THAT?
April Floyd oversees the university's newly enhanced tuition assistance program
Published July 14, 2022
And she thinks she may take advantage of it herself
WHO DOES THAT?
If you or a loved one—or an employee on your team—is diagnosed with cancer, Rose Wolfe is the one you want to call
Published June 16, 2022
The oncology nurse navigator for Johns Hopkins' Work Stride program provides support, navigation, and education—including for those interested in preventing cancer
WHO DOES THAT?
Tackling the hiring challenge
Published May 12, 2022
JHU's Talent Acquisition team aims to meet today's increased hiring needs with new tools, people, platforms, and partnerships
WHO DOES THAT?
Meredith Stewart's job is to make sure that you're happy in yours
Published April 14, 2022
As executive director of JHU's Total Rewards programs, she's always thinking about changes that will enhance the intersection between employees' work and family lives
WHO DOES THAT?
Answering your benefits questions
Published Jan 18, 2022
Meet the team that answers the call when you reach out to 410-516-2000 or benefits@jhu.edu
WHO DOES THAT?
Renee Kelsey keeps the sound shimmering in Peabody's pianos
Published April 24, 2020
Every instrument, she says, has its own idiosyncrasies—and with her purseful of tuning tools, she can tend to them masterfully
WHO DOES THAT?
Chelsea Buyalos is Peabody's master juggler
Published April 6, 2020
As concert series coordinator, she handles details for some 1,000 performances a year
WHO DOES THAT?
Jim Stimpert has so many stories about Johns Hopkins
Published Feb 20, 2020
As senior reference archivist at the university, he oversees more than 1,000 historical collections—and can get you the answers you need