Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Administration
Glen Steinbach is the Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Administration for the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. In this role, he serves as an adviser to the dean and manages strategic planning, finance, human resources, information technology, data management, facilities and executive education. Since joining the Carey Business School in 2012, the school has successfully implemented new academic programs, has revised many of its operational processes, and has initiated comprehensive organizational development initiatives. In addition, the School has doubled its tuition revenue, reached breakeven and tripled its operating fund balance.
Throughout his career, Steinbach has been regarded as an innovative leader who builds solid interpersonal relationships, which have allowed him to create high performing organizations. From 2005 to 2011, Steinbach served as a Senior Director in the Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer office. Over each of these six years, the Technology Transfer office produced record levels of revenue, net income, invention disclosures and agreements completed.
Prior to these Hopkins positions, Steinbach served as Chief Financial Officer at ViPS, a 600-employee company that provides software technology solutions to the health care payer industry. At ViPS, Steinbach helped the company to grow its annual revenue from $38 million revenue to $90 million over a five-year period. Prior to ViPS, Steinbach started and ran and later sold two new companies. He served as Regional Financial Director for the Prudential Insurance Company and served as Chief Financial Officer of the Johns Hopkins Health Plan. He began his career in information systems, rising from an entry-level programmer to Chief Information Officer of a Baltimore hospital.
Steinbach holds a Masters of Business Administration degree in finance from Loyola College of Maryland and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University.