Home / About Us / Contact Us / Department Directory / School of Nursing Leadership

School of Nursing Leadership

Leadership team

Point of contact
Deborah Baker

Deborah Baker

Associate Dean, Health Systems Partnership & Innovation

Donna Kuemmer

Executive Assistant
Anna Beeber

Anna Beeber

Associate Dean, Faculty Development

Allison Benner, CPA

Associate Dean, Finance & Administration

Tammy Berwanger, MS

Assistant Dean, Marketing & Communications
Kristen Brown

Kristen Brown

Associate Dean for Simulation and Immersive Learning

Jennifer Dotzenrod

Associate Dean, Enrollment Management & Student Affairs
Hae-Ra Han

Hae-Ra Han

Associate Dean, Community Programs & Initiatives
Danielle McCamey

Danielle McCamey

Assistant Dean, Strategic Partnerships

Jermaine Monk, PhD, MSW, MS, MA

Associate Dean, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
Vinciya Pandian

Vinciya Pandian

Assistant Dean, Immersive Learning & Digital Innovation

Mark Procopio

Chief of Staff & Vice Dean for Strategy

Mark serves as Chief of Staff to the Dean at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. He is an experienced organizational leader, consultant, and problem solver with experience in education, public policy, and nonprofit sectors. Mark’s work has focused on strengthening and developing equity-focused educational and policy organizations in an array of areas including fundraising, finance, operations, policy, marketing, governance, and program management. He began his career as a middle school teacher in Baltimore City where his passion and commitment to working with communities to achieve equality, access, and opportunity for all was stoked.

Before joining the School of Nursing, Mark served as Senior Associate for Strategic Initiatives at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to joining the University, he consulted with a variety of advocacy organizations, philanthropies, political campaigns, and nonprofits on organizational development, management, and policy. Earlier in his career, he served as Executive Director of FreeState Justice, Maryland’s statewide LGBTQ+ civil right advocacy and legal aid nonprofit where he led the organization to double in size, pass 13 pro-LGBTQ+ bills, and secure appropriations for expanding services to youth experiencing homelessness. His diverse experience also includes leadership positions with KIPP Baltimore Schools charter network and Teach for America.

Mark obtained a Resident Teacher Certificate through Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education and holds BS and BA degrees in International Finance and International Economics from The Catholic University, respectively. He is a Maryland State Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellow from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and a Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 recipient.

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos

Executive Director of Institute for Policy Solutions
Nancy Reynolds

Nancy Reynolds

Associate Dean, Global Affairs

Mary Finney

Administrative Coordinator

Sharon Trivino

Associate Dean, Development & Alumni Relations

Caroline O’Reilly

Senior Development Coordinator