Class Notes: 1970s–1990s

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Edward J. Consroe (Master of Administrative Science ’79) has worked for the past 36 years for Citi, most recently as managing director of global consumer risk management and chief risk officer for Citi holdings. He has worked in numerous locations and roles domestically and internationally, and has been designated a senior credit officer for Citi since 1989. He says he intends to retire in early 2017.

Sharon Dorn (MS in Applied Behavioral Science ’84) was named chief executive officer of New Freedom, Pennsylvania-based Steam into History, a nonprofit organization that operates a replica 1860s steam train designed to chronicle Civil War-era railroad events.

James M. Dunn III (BS, Business Management ’85) is a retired former executive at Ehrlich Pest Control. He reports: “Retired in May from a rewarding 17 years as assistant track coach for the throwing events at Johns Hopkins University. During that time, it was a pleasure to be part of the team that went from the bottom of the Centennial Conference to winning championships for the past several years. It was a lot of fun to work with the Blue Jay student athletes and then follow their successes in life.”

Hilary Robertson-Hickling (MS, Applied Behavioral Science ’85) was promoted in August 2016 to senior lecturer at the Mona School of Business and Management at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. She is the editor of a new book, That Time in Foreign, about return migration to the Caribbean, which was published last July by Hansib Publications in Great Britain.

JoAnne Dolan (Master of Administrative Science ’87; Certificate in the Business of Medicine ’05) was named an assistant vice president for advancement at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore. From 1996 to 2012, she worked in development at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Kevin Howes (Master of Administrative Science ’89) was recently named executive director of the Reprographic Services Association, a Denver, Colorado-based, member-owned cooperative of more than 85 members throughout the United States, Canada, and Bermuda.

Felicia M. Anderson (MS, Applied Behavioral Science ’91) is a principal in the Long Beach (California) Unified School District and is on the adjunct faculty of education at California State University at Long Beach.

Lynne Constantine (Master of Administrative Science ’92) published a new novel in August, The Veritas Deception, a thriller inspired by her days in marketing and advertising. The book is available on most online retailers.

Patricia Lakatta (MS, Management ’94) is executive director at Abrakadoodle, an art education business. Music that she composed was scheduled to be performed last month in a jazz concert at An Die Musik in Baltimore.

Rick Maas (MS, Finance ’94) is a principal with Lubricant Solutions Global, a commercial and industrial lubricant company launched in 2013. He is also the owner of Jubilee Motorsports, a Christian-based motorsport team focused on providing businesses with a verifiable return on sponsorship in open-wheel racing.

David Segmiller (MS, Real Estate ’95) is managing principal and board director of Perkins Eastman in Charlotte, North Carolina. He writes: “I was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2016. AIA Fellows are recognized with the AIA’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society. Approximately 3 percent of the AIA’s 88,000-plus members have this distinction.”

Kathy Stevens Barnett (MS, Applied Behavioral Science ’99) is founding director of Be You, a nonprofit launched in 2014 with the mission of empowering young people to create social change through technology and innovation. In addition to offering three coding clubs, Be You provides leadership and social impact workshops to young students.

Peggy Naleppa (Certificate of Advanced Studies, Business of Medicine ’99; MBA ’02), the president and chief executive officer of Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland, was recently named one of Maryland’s 26 Most Admired CEOs for 2016 by The Daily Record. She also received the award in 2012 and 2014, and joins the elite Circle of Leadership as a three-time honoree. Naleppa is one of six Maryland CEOs honored in the category of “Non-profits with More than $10 Million in Annual Revenue.”

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