Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Development and Alumni Relations
750 E. Pratt Street, Suite 1700
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone and Fax:
Toll free: 888-JHM-1336 [888-546-1336]
The School of Medicine Delevelopment and Alumni Relations staff is available to assist you.
Gene Bagliani | Development Coordinator
Gene began her career at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in February 2011, working with the Alumni Relations team before making the move down the hall to Development. A Maryland native, she has lived in the Hunt Valley area for more than 25 years and still shares that home with her three youngest college-aged children.
Favorite hometown landmark: National Aquarium Baltimore
Favorite Baltimore food: Michael's crabcakes
Sports team: Ravens
Favorite author: Maeve Binchy
Favorite movie: Indiscreet, or really anything starring Cary Grant!
Favorite ice cream flavor: Ben and Jerry’s Cherry Garcia
What’s on the iPod? Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, The Beatles
Hobby(ies): Baking cupcakes, playing Bridge and Scrabble (updated – Words with Friends)
In my free time I… spend time with my family, friends and our two dogs.
Amy E. Dalrymple | Alumni Relations Coordinator
Amy joined the School of Medicine in October 2012, transitioning smoothly from her prior role in the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning. She brings a strong resume of communication and marketing experience to the team, and, in addition to her role as alumni relations coordinator, serves as an Administrator for the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association. Originally from Hanover, PA, Amy currently resides in Baltimore.
Favorite hometown landmark: Hanover Shoe Farms (Hanover, PA)
Favorite Baltimore food: Crab dip
Sports team: Orioles
Favorite author: Jon Ronson, F. Scott Fitzgerald
Favorite movie: Mary Poppins
Favorite ice cream flavor: Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food
What’s on the iPod? Everything BUT country
Hobby(ies): playing the piano, laughing
In my free time I… play field hockey and ride horses (but not at the same time).
Shannon Corr | Administrative Coordinator
Shannon joined the School of Medicine in April 2014 as the Administrative Coordinator assisting Jill Doherty. She has over ten years experience in higher education administration. Originally from Maine, she adopted Baltimore as her hometown when she attended Towson University during her undergraduate years.
Favorite hometown landmark: Bromo Seltzer Tower
Favorite Baltimore food: Old Bay…on crabs…shrimp…tuna salad…
Sports team: Orioles and Ravens
Favorite movie: The Quiet Man
Favorite ice cream flavor: Caramel Caribou
What’s on the iPod? Everything…opera to country to rap to showtunes…
In my free time I…enjoy reading, watching sports and movies, and experiencing all Baltimore has to offer.
Jill Doherty | Senior Director, Development & Alumni Relations
Jill joined the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in October 2013 as Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations. Originally from the Chicago area, Jill has lived on the east coast before – in New York City, Fairfield County, Connecticut and the Boston area.
Favorite Baltimore landmark: The Dome
Favorite Baltimore food: Timbuktu crabcakes
Favorite author: Thomas Wolfe I
Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate rocky road
In my free time I… enjoy my family and dog, swimming, yoga, arts and music events.
Cheryll L. Glab | Senior Associate Director, Development & Alumni Relations
This Baltimore native has clocked 20+ years working in this office. Cheryll is the person with the historical perspective and who knows everyone. In addition to leading the alumni relations team, she is the Administrator for the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association and is one of our fundraisers.
Favorite hometown landmark: Memorial Stadium
Favorite Baltimore food: Crabs and crabcakes, of course
Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate chip
What’s on the iPod? Mostly classic rock and 80’s
In my free time I… foster animals from a local animal shelter and rescue, and try to cross off my to-do list all the home improvement projects I committed to doing myself.
Helen R. Kennelly | Associate Director, Stewardship
With more than 10 years of development experience, Helen manages the stewardship program for the department. She sends acknowledgements for gifts received and oversees endowments established by generous donors. Helen is a good contact person if you are coming to Baltimore and would like to see the new clinical buildings. A proud mother of four young adults, she is honored to be a member of this energetic and committed team.
Favorite hometown landmark: Heublein Tower in the Farmington River Valley, Connecticut
Favorite Baltimore food: Berger cookies
What’s on the iPod? Les Misérables, U2, Rascal Flatts, James Taylor
In my free time I … enjoy catching up on episodes of Downton Abbey and Mad Men.
Jack Missry | Senior Associate Director, Stewardship
Jack has been a development officer for 12 years he has worked with top donors , faculty , staff and senior administrators to help move the organization forward. Jack's first career was in finance and he held series7 and 63 brokerage licenses.
Favorite sports team: New England Patriots
Favorite Author: Malcolm Gladwell
Favorite Ice Cream: All of it!
In my free time I … spend time with my family and become accustomed with all that Baltimore has to offer!
Kaitlin O'Connor | Assistant Director of Events
Kaitlin manages many alumni events, including the Biennial Meeting and Reunion Weekend. She brings over seven years of event management experience to Hopkins. Originally from Long Island, NY, she has spent time living in Colorado and now resides in Annapolis with her husband and two dogs, Brady and Midnight.
Favorite hometown landmark: Fire Island Lighthouse (Long Island, NY)
Favorite Baltimore food: Old Bay Seasoning on Pizza
Sports team: Yankees and NY Jets
Favorite movie: Harry Potter Movies
Favorite ice cream flavor: Ben and Jerry’s Dublin Mudslide
In my free time I… love to cook, especially to bake cookies and cakes!
Beth Rogers | Development Coordinator
Beth is the new Development Coordinator for the School of Medicine, and is excited to support the growing development team. She has a passion for philanthropy and community outreach, and brings 4 years of non-profit and high-level administrative experience to Hopkins. A recently-transplanted South Carolina native, Beth is loving exploring Baltimore with her fiancé and their dog, Zelda.
Favorite hometown landmark: Williams Brice Stadium and the Cockaboose Railroad (Columbia, SC)
Favorite Baltimore food: UTZ Crab Chips
Sports team: University of South Carolina Gamecocks
Favorite author: William Faulkner (but really Stephen King)
Favorite movie: It’s a Wonderful Life
Favorite ice cream flavor: Vanilla with sprinkles from The Charmery
What’s on the iPod? Mostly ‘90’s alternative: LIVE, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alice in Chains
In my free time I…search for new brunch spots, plan my upcoming wedding, explore Baltimore with my dog and fiancé, and catch up on Netflix
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