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 2017 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

John Niemi
jniemi1@jhu.edu

Most recently, John worked at CCBC-Catonsville in academic advising.  Before returning to the area, he worked at the University of Texas—San Antonio (UTSA) where he was the Assistant Director of the First-Year Experience program.  In this role he was responsible for the mentoring, coaching, and training of 110 Peer Mentors who, in turn, mentored and supported first-year students on the way to personal and academic success.  John also advised multidisciplinary studies and education students at UTSA.  John has been advising students for many years.

John completed post-graduate work in online learning in dance education.  His work explored interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning, and how kinesthetic and somatic learning happens (or might happen) with online learners.  He holds two master’s degrees:  one is from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration with concentrations in policy analysis and community organizing, while the other is from American University in Washington, DC with concentrations in dance education, performance, and history. John’s undergraduate degree is from Luther College, Decorah, IA in Public Communication with a minor in dance studies.

John enjoys performing. He sings with the New Wave Singers of Baltimore and takes dance classes when time allows.