Spencer Twigg PhotoMEET MS IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT STUDENT SPENCER TWIGG

Spencer Twigg has big career plans: The 23-year-old wants to become the CEO of a hospital. It’s a goal he’s been working toward for years. And while he knows many peers with the same ambition, he’s got something he believes separates him from the pack: a Master of Science degree in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

“I wanted something different, something that would set me apart,” Twigg said. “I found that at Carey.”

Read more about why Spencer chose Carey.
 

PROGRAM DEMOGRAPHICS

Demographics for fall 2016 are available here.
 

ACADEMIC PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Mario Macis PhotoMario Macis
mmacis@jhu.edu

Mario Macis, PhD (Economics, University of Chicago) is an Associate Professor in the research track with expertise in the areas of labor and human resources economics, health economics and experimental economics. Prior to joining Carey, he was Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business. Dr. Macis is  Associate Faculty at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Since 2012, he is co-Editor of the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) Labor and Organizations & Markets Abstracts eJournals.
 

ACADEMIC ADVISER

Jessie Martin PhotoJessie Martin
jessie.martin@jhu.edu

Jessie comes to the Carey Business School with more than 10 years of teaching and advising experience in higher education. Prior to joining the Carey Advising Team, she worked for Carroll Community College where she was an Assistant Director for Advising, Transfer, and Student Retention. As an active member of the NACADA, Jessie has presented best practices in advising at both regional and national conferences. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Towson University and a Bachelor of Science, Psychology, cum laude, from Towson University. When Jessie isn’t advising students, she loves teaching psychology courses at the local community college and spending time with friends and family.