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Kim Hoppe

Kim Hoppe

office:  410-502-9430
cell : 410-935-4762
e-mail:
khoppe1@jhmi.edu

As the associate director of communications and public affairs for Johns Hopkins Children's Center, Kim oversees the media relations, video production and special event coordination for the hospital.

Prior to joining Hopkins Children’s in 2004, Kim was the media relations manager for an international franchising company headquartered near Washington D.C. Before that, she spent nearly 10 years as a senior newsroom producer, medical news producer, and newscast producer at the Baltimore CBS and ABC television affiliates. During that time, Kim received an Emmy award nomination for television production.

Kim earned her master’s degree in communications at Johns Hopkins University with a concentration of study in corporate and non-profit communication. She earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Connecticut.

She is a member of the Public Relations Society of America.

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Ekaterina Pesheva

Ekaterina Pesheva

office: 410-502-9433
cell : 410-926-6780
e-mail : 
epeshev1@jhmi.edu

As a senior media relations representative, Ekaterina is responsible for reporting on faculty research and assisting media in developing stories about basic science and clinical research. Prior to joining the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Ekaterina worked at the University of Missouri-Columbia as a research assistant and a health writer for a federal project designed to improve media coverage of arthritis and rheumatologic diseases. Prior to that, she worked as a medical and general-assignment reporter for two newspapers in St. Louis.  She is a recipient of the Missouri Press Association Award for News Reporting.  Ekaterina has a master’s degree in Journalism and Strategic Communication from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism and a bachelor’s from Truman State University.

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