Gordon is a Sales Manager in the Enterprise Sales group with Oracle Corporation Technology. He manages accounts in Virginia and Washington, DC with an annual revenue of $5B-$40B focusing on the Utility and Retail sectors. As the primary Oracle Account Manager for all technology solutions, Gordon plays an active role in managing and strategizing for a team of seven sales representatives and solutions consultants with the goal of achieving $6M annual sales license quota. Examples of technology solutions offered include: Fusion Middleware, Identity Management, Business Intelligence, Oracle database, database options and data warehousing solutions including Oracle Exadata.
Jordan received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in 2008, double-majoring in Finance and International Business. He studied abroad in London in the spring of 2006 and traveled to Italy, Spain, Scotland, and the Netherlands, which sparked his interest in International Business. He joined Morgan Stanley in the summer of 2008 and began his career in account reconciliation. In this role, he gained expertise in understanding process flows and introduced new methods for handling reconciliations of specific accounts. After two years, the function was outsourced and he moved into Regulatory Reporting. Currently, he gathers and analyzes data to prepare reports for senior management.
Steven is a Program Manager at Lockheed Martin specializing in anti-terrorism and physical security projects. He is currently working on a program with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to test, integrate, and deploy new passenger screening and security equipment at airports across the United States. As a program manager, Steven oversees a cross-functional team and is responsible for the overall program performance life cycle. He interfaces with the customer and is responsible for reporting program. Steven has a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Logistics from the University of Maryland and will be completing his MBA in management from Johns Hopkins University in October 2011.
Joga obtained a B.Pharm and an M.Sc. in chemistry from the Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS), Pilani, India in 1992. He earned a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from North Dakota State University (1996) and completed two Post-Doctoral Fellowships, one at the State University of New York, Buffalo and another at the Center for Drug Development Science, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. He is currently Director, Division of Pharmacometrics, Office of Clinical Pharmacology, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Dr. Gobburu will be completing his MBA from Johns Hopkins by Fall 2011. His professional interests include application of quantitative clinical pharmacology to drive drug development and regulatory decision making, and train scientists on this topic.
Sophia is an experienced cross-cultural manager with over 13 years of experience in profit and non-profit organizations. She has worked at CVS Caremark, Mega Management International, and CEC PROM. She has experience in recruiting, hiring, coaching and motivating team of sales people, build a loyal customer service through marketing and special events. She also participated in the reduction of poverty of women in Cameroon: Increase of membership, revenues, assets portfolio, and empowerment of women. She obtained her BS degree from Advanced School of business and Economics in Douala, Cameroon and is expected to obtain her MBA from Johns Hopkins’ Carey Business School in 2011.
Sia is a UK trained professional accountant with over 10 years experience within Public and Private Sectors, including telecommunications and travel industries. She is currently an accountant for the District of Columbia Government (Department of Health and Human Services), Office of the Chief Financial Officer. Her KPI’s include but not limited to compiling Financial Status Reports (FSRs) for the Federal grants assigned from Department of Education, Labor, and Health and Human Services. She also assists in compiling Cash Management Improvement Act (CMIA) Reports for assigned federal grant awards. She obtained her BS Emile Woolf College of Accountancy (UK) 2000 now called Kaplan University. She is expected to complete her MBA at Johns Hopkins’ Carey Business School in October 2011.
Sumeet is an MPH/MBA candidate at Johns Hopkins interested in data analysis and more broadly global health. He has for numerous NGOs both locally and internationally including Resolution Health Inc., World Economic Forum (WEF), International Health Organization (IHO), and Dept. of Health and Human Services, Global Health Affairs. His interests are with foundations and NGOs that medically or technically assist underserved populations. He obtained his BA in International Politics and Economics in 2005 from Middlebury College and is pursuing a joint MPH/MBA degree at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Carey School of Business.
Andy is an impassioned public health and business professional originally from Wheeling, WV. Most recently, he was the Data & Evaluation analyst at Innovation Network (www.innonet.org), a nonprofit evaluation consulting firm. He obtained his BS in Psychology from Duke University in 2003 and will graduate with MPH and MBA degrees from Johns Hopkins University in December 2011.
Ravindra is a medical student at University of Maryland Baltimore currently pursuing a joint MPH/MBA degree at Johns Hopkins. His interests are in hospital administration, healthcare consulting and medtech innovation. He has performed research with a variety of different organizations including U.S. Department of Agriculture, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Vista Para Todos/ Hospital Manglaralto (Ecuador), Howard University, University of Maryland, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. In 2008, he was awarded the Doris Duke Translational Malaria Research Fellowship and studied the immunological response to a novel Malaria vaccine candidate at the University of Maryland Center for Vaccine Development.
Jin is an MPH/MBA candidate 2011 at Johns Hopkins and teaches hospital accounting, financing, marketing, organizational behavior as a professor in the Dept of Healthcare Management at Eulji University in Korea. She has an interested in hospital financing in development countries and working at Papua New Guinea(PNG) project, district health system strengthening project in Eastern Highlands and Central Province in PNG right now. PhD in Public Health at the Medical School of Korea University (in Health Policy and Hospital Management ), MA in Business Administration at Ewha Womans University (in Production and Operations Management), BS in Statistics and BBA in Business Administration at Ewha Womans University. USCPA in California, The Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Survey Analyst, Junior (National Technical Qualification).