Senior Academic Affairs Coordinator, CHHSWayne Adams is the Senior Academic Affairs Coordinator for the College of Health and Human Services. He is a proud alumnus of Mason, earning his master’s degree in higher education in 2016. His primary role is to support the vision of the College of Health and Human Services through curriculum management, academic course scheduling, and accreditation.
Program Coordinator, Department of Rehabilitation Science, Rehab ScienceJosh Bowen serves as the program coordinator for the Department of Rehabilitation Science. This position entails managing the department budget, including grants, assisting with award and grant proposals, purchasing, scheduling, and department organization. Prior to coming to George Mason, Josh served as a graduate admissions coordinator, developing streamlined admissions processes and policies, and as an academic adviser at Florida State University, accumulating more than eight years of experience in higher education administration.
Assistant Director of Development, CHHSEmily is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and the Assistant Director of Development at the College of Health and Human Services. In her role, Emily focuses primarily on securing resources for the College through annual giving, alumni engagement, and donor communications. Prior to joining the CHHS team in 2016, Emily worked for the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law as the Development Assistant. A proud Mason alumnus, Emily earned her bachelor’s degree in 2014.
HR Coordinator, CHHSClaudia Giliberti supports the human resources aspects of the hiring process of faculty and staff within the College. She has extensive experience in sales, marketing and human resources in the private sector, in addition to over ten years at large, public institutions of higher education. Ms. Giliberti has worked closely with hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students on their personal and professional development.
Instructional Designer, CHHSTerri Ann Guingab, MEd, is an instructional designer supporting faculty, staff, and students in online, online-enhanced, and face to face courses. She manages the CHHS Healthcare Technologies Innovation Lab (Sponsored by Reston Hospital Center) on the Fairfax campus. Terri Ann is a Sloan-C Online Teaching Certificate program alumna and received the inaugural Distance Education Award at George Mason University in 2012. In her spare time she enjoys ballroom dancing, tabletop and computer gaming, photography, and participating in MOOCs.