|Zack Burwell, Academic Program Administrator
firstname.lastname@example.org| 410-516-7451 | Malone 159
As member of the CS staff, Zack can be found informing prospective students, assisting applicants, and supporting current students with a wide-range of administrative and financial questions. He comes to JHU from the University of Pennsylvania where he worked in student services. He received his BA from the University of Michigan in 2009, and he earned his MLA from Penn in 2015, with a concentration in Political and Educational Studies. As a result of an early-childhood addiction to video games, Zack still sees Tetris pieces falling from the sky when he shuts his eyes.
|Debbie DeFord, Budget Specialist
email@example.com | 410-516-8775| Malone 160
Debbie has been with the CS since 2006 as an Budget Specialist. Debbie’s primary responsibilities are reimbursements, purchasing, invoice payments, and CA payroll. Debbie’s activities outside of work include: Counted Cross Stitching, playing hand-bells, and babysitting her grandchildren.
|Laura Graham, Administrator
firstname.lastname@example.org | 410-516-8577| Malone 157
Laura began her career at Hopkins over 19 years ago in the Purchasing department. She also worked in the WSE Center for Language and Speech Processing before joining JHUISI in 2006. She is responsible for the oversight of most of the activities in the institute but her top priority is ensuring that anyone who comes to the office gets the information that they are seeking or a resolution to the issue they have. Outside of the office, Laura enjoys reading and movies and when motivation strikes, she may go running.
|Reatha Holt, Sr. Administrative Coordinator
email@example.com| 410-516-8001| Malone 160
Reatha began her career at Hopkins over 10 years ago in the Department of Surgery. She will take over many of the tasks and responsibilities formerly handled by Debbie DeFord. Her responsibilities will include seminar scheduling and coordination, faculty and committee meetings planning, Malone Hall conference room scheduling, and front office operations including mail, packages, office supplies, and facilities. She will also provide administrative and project support to the administrator, the department chair, and JHUISI’s executive director. In her free time, Reatha enjoys going to Broadway plays, spending time with her family and going to classic car shows.
|Tonette Harris, Budget Analyst
firstname.lastname@example.org | 410-516-4384 | Malone 160
As the Budget Analyst, Tonette supports faculty, staff, and students with financial and administrative activities. Some of the processes she assists with are: analyzing, reconciling, and monitoring financial accounts and extracting data; purchasing supplies and equipment; processing reimbursements for travel and supplies; assisting with Pre and Post Award activities for our contracts and grants; and Student Payroll and other administrative and financial tasks. Along the way, Tonette earned a BS in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore and is currently working on a MS in Health Systems Management.
|Shani A. McPherson, Communications Specialist
email@example.com | 410-516-4778 | Malone 160 D
Shani Provost joined CS as the Communications Specialist in May 2015. As the Communication Specialist, she is responsible for all marketing, print and online communications and social media for CS. She is also the liaison to the WSE and central communications office and assists with event logistics and outreach activities. Shani earned her B.A. in Communications from Johnson C. Smith University and a M.A. in Journalism & Public Affairs from American University. In her spare time, Shani enjoys reviewing the latest reads with her book club, “The Bookettes,” jogging the Baltimore Harbor, and spending time with family and friends.
|Revelie Niles, Academic Program Administrator
firstname.lastname@example.org | 410-516-6282 | Malone 160
Revelie joined Johns Hopkins staff after working in enrollment and academic advising at Walden University for 11 years. As Academic Program Administrator, she is primarily responsible for the day-to-day running of the graduate programs for the Computer Science Department and Information Security Institute. She assists students with the administrative aspects of the Master’s programs, ensuring they are supported from admissions through graduation. Revelie received her BS in Marketing from Providence College and then her MA in Public Administration with a concentration in Public Policy from Walden University. In her free time she is a member of a book club, exercises, and enjoys volunteering at her church.
|Joanne Selinski, Director of Undergraduate Studies
email@example.com | 410-516-4117| Malone 225
Joanne started as a math major in college, earned her Ph.D. in computer science from JHU in 1996 and has been teaching and working with students since then. She loves teaching and is always happy to welcome new students into the department. Joanne also coordinates course schedules and course assistant hiring in the department. When not at JHU she may be found teaching dance at the Friday Night Swing Dance Club or at St. Pius X in their worship band, 40 More Days.
|Javonnia Thomas, Sr. Financial Analyst
firstname.lastname@example.org | 410-516-0455| Malone 155
Javonnia Thomas joined CS in 2007 after working as a sole proprietor and in multiple organizations as a private contractor and bookkeeper.
As the Senior Financial Analyst, Javonnia provides financial analytical support to faculty and University Management for decision making purposes via oversight and tracking of sponsored and non-sponsored funding such as grants, contracts, and gifts. She also advises faculty and staff on relevant University and Federal policies and procedures that impact funding. Additionally, Javonnia works to bridge the gap for students who support the faculty labs and University research. You can contact Javonnia for assistance with the following: Pre and Post Sponsored award Activity; Proposal Submissions Single and Collaborative; Financial Reporting and Data; Q& A regarding Faculty or PhD Payroll, and Procurement Guidance for lab and departmental activities.