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Ahmed Achrati

This instructor has taught:
BLHS-008 Fundamentals of Arabic

Anne K. Aden
Photo of Anne K. Aden Anne is an organization development consultant who helps her clients become clear about what they want to achieve and generate the energy and commitment to get there. She has worked with Federal, corporate, and small business clients for almost twenty ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPHR-505 Introduction to Organizational Development

Ashok Agarwal
Photo of Ashok Agarwal Mr. Agarwal is the President of American Association of Big Data Professionals (AABDP). He is a highly accomplished, results-driven leader with proven ability to super-charge IT departments and programs with his technology and leadership skills. He has a strong background ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPTM-650 Business Intelligence, Big Data & Analytics

Christopher L. Ahn
Photo of Christopher L. Ahn Chris serves as the current Director of the Corporate Assistance Unit (CAU) of the Government of the District of Columbia. CAU is a highly confidential resource within the District Government, tasked with crafting structured solutions to achieve its mission of ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPRE-778 DC Multifm Dv & Af Housing PPP

Aaron Albert

This instructor has taught:
ECON-244 International Finance

Ibrahim Ali

This instructor has taught:
HIST-109 The Islamic World

Josh Alkin
Photo of Josh Alkin Since joining Baker Hostetler's legislative practice in 2001, Josh Alkin has served as a primary advisor to the Office of the Commissioner of Major League Baseball. In that capacity, Josh has acted as liaison between the Commissioner's office ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPSM-500 Applied Ethics in Sports

David Almacy
Photo of David Almacy David Almacy is a senior vice president in Edelman’s Digital Public Affairs practice. A native of the Washington, DC area, Almacy brings more than 15 years of experience at the intersection of government, public relations, marketing, politics and digital ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPPR-755 Digital Communications Strategy

Pooya Almasi

This instructor has taught:
ECON-102 Intermediate Macro

Francis J. Ambrosio
Photo of Francis J. Ambrosio Francis J. Ambrosio is Director of the Doctoral Program in Liberal Studies and Associate Professor at Georgetown University. He was born in New York City in1949 and graduated from Regis High School in Manhattan. He received a B.A. in ...
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This instructor has taught:
BLHS-106 The Renaissance
LSHS-416 Florence: Medieval to Modern (Study/Tour)
LSHV-417 Hill towns:Tuscany & Umbria
LSHV-429 Existentialism: The Search for Meaning
LSHV-604 DLS Foundational The Challenge of Postmodernism
LSHV-989 DLS Thesis Submission
LSHV-990 DLS Qualifying Exam
LSHV-995 DLS Thesis Proposal/Thesis Writing
LSHV-996 DLS Thesis Writing

Randall Amster
Randall Amster teaches and publishes on subjects including peace/nonviolence, homelessness/poverty, social/environmental movements, and political theory. He serves as Executive Director of the Peace and Justice Studies Association, and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Contemporary Justice Review. Among ...
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Michelle Andres
Photo of Michelle Andres Michelle Andres joined the Baltimore Ravens in 2006. She leads the franchise’s digital media and broadcast communications whose focus is serving and engaging its vast fan base and providing sponsors with powerful channels to reach that fan base. Andres ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPSM-630 Sports Digital Media and Consumer Engagement

Rawle Andrews

Rawle Andrews Jr., is AARP’s Regional Vice President for the Mideast States, which includes management and oversight of the Association’s operations and activities in the states of Maryland, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania.  Previously ...


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This instructor has taught:
XPSP-203 Advanced Litigation & Trial Practice

Matt Apuzzo
Photo of Matt Apuzzo Matt Apuzzo is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for The New York Times in Washington. He has uncovered the locations of CIA prisons, revealed widespread cheating on FBI certification tests and identified the exclusive cadre of Wall Street bankers who get ...
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Ali Arab

This instructor has taught:
MATH-040 Probability and Statistics

George Archer
George Archer is currently working on issues in Quranic rhetoric and its application of chronology; how the text uses timescale as an organizational device. Previously, he defended his dissertation on the Quran's re-imagination of Christian eschatology. Specifically, this regarded ...
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This instructor has taught:
THEO-050 Islamic Thought & Practice

Rolando Arrieta
Photo of Rolando Arrieta Rolando Arrieta is Manager of News Operations at NPR and Senior Production Trainer. As a radio producer for nearly 20 years, Rolando has produced countless music documentaries and features for the then Cultural Programs. He was part of the producer ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPJO-723 Audio Storytelling

Amy Austin
Photo of Amy Austin Amy Austin, is the Publisher Emeritus of Washington City Paper, an influential and award-winning local alternative news media company in Washington D.C. Her passions surround journalism, cultural arts, and the District of Columbia. She is proud of the events ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPJO-786 Entrepreneurial Journalism

Marcelline Babicz
Photo of Marcelline Babicz Marcelline Babicz is an international organization effectiveness practitioner whose global focus and cultural expertise define her practice. Ms. Babicz specializes in multicultural organization change efforts, particularly with organizations that are challenged by the effects of culture, whether from the ethnic ...
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This instructor has taught:
MPHR-502 Research Process and Methodology
MPHR-696 Foundations of HR
MPHR-817 HR in the International Context

Vlad Babin

Vlad Babin has almost twenty years of experience in the financial world, including bank regulation, investment banking, corporate finance, asset management, brokerage, retail banking, and insurance.  For more than six years he worked for an international investment bank on Wall ...


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This instructor has taught:
XCPD-504 International Finance
XCPD-684 Principles of Finance

Belkacem Baccouche
After spending two years at the University of Baghdad, Iraq, where he majored in English and minored in Arabic, Belkacem Baccouche transferred to Kent State University where he received his BA in English. He then spent two years there working ...
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This instructor has taught:
ARAB-011 Intens 1st Lev Mod Stand Arb I
ARAB-216 Intens 3rd Lvl Md Stnd Arab II

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