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Jane Schlegel, MBAJane Schlegel, MBA

Executive Vice Dean for Finance and Administration

Shlegel manages the Bloomberg School's budget, among other responsibilities. Prior to her role as executive vice dean for Finance and Administration, she held several other leadership positions at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School.

Laura Morlock, PhDLaura Morlock, PhD

Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs

Morlock is responsible for enhancing the educational excellence of the Bloomberg School and assisting faculty in achieving their career goals. She oversees the major academic offices that serve to facilitate and coordinate education, research and practice activities. She is also a professor in Health Policy and Management.

Janet DiPietro, PhDJanet DiPietro, PhD

Vice Dean for Research and Faculty

DiPietro oversees matters related to maintaining high standards for research compliance and integrity, including serving as the Institutional Official for human subjects research and the responsible conduct of research. Her office also develops and implements policies and programs designed to enhance the faculty experience and maximize research productivity and professional development at all stages of faculty life. DiPietro is a professor in Population, Family and Reproductive Health and has a joint appointment in Gynecology and Obstetrics at the School of Medicine.

Joshua Sharfstein, MDJoshua M. Sharfstein, MD

Vice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement

Sharfstein oversees the Office of Public Health Practice and Training, SOURCE (the community engagement and service-learning center) and graduate medical education in Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health. He is also the director of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative and Professor of the Practice in Health Policy and Management. Previously, he served as Commissioner of Health for Baltimore City, Principal Deputy Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Heath Elliott, MEd, MBAHeath Elliott, MEd, MBA

Associate Dean for External Affairs

Elliott oversees fundraising, alumni and donor relations and communications and marketing activities for the Bloomberg School. Prior to this role, he served as the School’s senior director of Development and Alumni Relations for four years. Before joining the Bloomberg School, Elliott spent 14 years in various fundraising roles at Pomona College and Harvey Mudd College.

Elizabeth Stuart, PhDElizabeth Stuart, PhD

Associate Dean for Education

Stuart is responsible for creating and leading a culture of educational research and innovation, including improving the quality of the School’s educational initiatives. This includes overseeing course evaluations and student surveys, as well as chairing the Doctoral Program Directors Council and the OPAL Advisory Committee. She is also a professor in Mental Health, with joint appointments in Biostatistics and Health Policy and Management.

Michael Ward, MEdMichael Ward, MEd

Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Ward is responsible for the Bloomberg School's Student Affairs Office. In this role, he oversees the Office of Student Life, the Admissions Office, the Financial Aid Office, Operations, Career Services and Records and Registration.

Katherine Parris FreyKatherine Parris Frey, PhD, MPH, RN

Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives

Frey coordinated the development of the dean’s strategic plan and is responsible for facilitating new initiatives that emerge from the plan. She is also an assistant scientist in Health Policy and Management and associate director of the Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium (METRC).

Beth ResnickBeth Resnick, DrPH, MPH

Assistant Dean for Practice and Training

Resnick works closely with the vice dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement to provide strategic vision, leadership and oversight of the School’s practice- and training-related initiatives and overall integration of practice into the School’s work. She is also a senior scientist in Health Policy and Management and directs the Master of Science in Public Health program in Health Policy.