Ron Stimeare

Ronald Stimeare, MS

Adjunct Instructor
Management & Organization
Areas of Interest
Business Leadership and Human Values, Cyber Warfare, Operations

Ronald Stimeare joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2017 as an adjunct instructor. His vast experience includes being a recognized senior leader with experience at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of government, as well as with military, public, and nonprofit organizations. These include: technical director and division chief for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) providing Global DoD IT systems, services, and support; and colonel in the United States Army, leading and supporting diverse missions. Stimeare’s diverse work experience also spans both the public and private sector, including local and county law enforcement; “Training with Industry” within corporate America; and chaplaincy experience in the areas of correctional institutions, nursing homes, and county-level hospitals. He received an MS degree with a major in Strategic Studies from the Army War College, an MS degree with a major in Administration/Business from Central Michigan University, and an MS degree with a major in Christian Care from Capital Seminary. At Carey, he has taught Business Leadership and Human Values.  

Honors and distinctions

  • Defense Superior Service Medal, U.S. Armed Forces. (2017).
  • Legion of Merit Medal (first oak leaf cluster), U.S. Armed Forces. (2010).
  • Bronze Star Medal, U.S. Armed Forces. (2003).
  • Legion of Merit Medal, U.S. Armed Forces. (2002).