Ariane Krumholz - Program Director
- Work: Ariane currently serves as the director of quality improvement for Clinical and Support Options (CSO)
Ariane brings almost 3 decades of senior health care management experience to the program. In the 1980s, she directed a federally funded rural Massachusetts community health center, and later worked in planning and contracting for the Baystate Health System, one of the top 100 teaching hospital systems in the US. She has also worked as a senior consultant on state and national behavioral health projects with Abt Associates, an international Cambridge-based consulting company. These included project direction for the recent Massachusetts Department of Mental Health public mental health reform initiative in child and adult policy and programs; later she consulted as part of Abt teams managing several evaluative studies/surveys for children's residential treatment programs across the nation, and for adult substance abuse treatment city-wide in Washington D.C. Ariane is a member of the MA Public Health Association. She currently serves on the Healthy Communities advisory committee of Cooley-Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, MA, and the 50th anniversary campaign committtee for New England Public Radio.
Ariane earned her bachelor's from Middlebury College and her Master of Science in Public Health from UMASS-Amherst. As part of her graduate studies, she interned in national health planning at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switz.
- Work: Bredenberg Associates, Strategic Coaches for High Performing Teams & Organizations. LinkedIn
- Class: Strategic Management and Policy
A skillful facilitator and strategic coach, Ingrid Bredenberg has been working with leadership teams in health care, government and business for over 23 years in her consulting practice, Bredenberg Associates. She and her colleagues guide and equip leadership teams and boards of directors in designing, preparing, and leading their organizations to fulfill their missions in the most agile and sustainable ways. She coaches leaders using innovative approaches and leading-edge resources for visioning, strategic thinking, governance and collaboration. Her skills have been honed through years of working with international thought-leaders, organizational designers and teachers in many fields of practice.
After completing her tenure as interim Executive Director and Chief Strategy Officer of CT League for Nursing, Ingrid moved on to serving as the interim Talent Development Officer of Ecovative Design http://ecovativedesign.com, a bio-tech firm which designs and manufactures biodegradable packaging materials “grown” from fungi. She mentors leaders who are preparing to move to the next levels in their careers. She also serves on the faculty of the Leadership Institute for Public and Political Impact.
Ingrid received her B.A. Asian Studies at Eckerd College; M.A. Industrial-Organizational Psychology, University of New Haven, CT; International Business Studies, Sophia University, Tokyo.
- Work: Context 360. Inc.
- Classes: Management of Information Systems in Healthcare and Strategic Planning and Policy.
Peter is the founder of Context 360, Inc. Prior to founding the company, Peter held senior positions in various Fortune 500 companies. He was the SVP of technology for the McGraw-Hill media companies, CIO of CBS, Inc., president of Chase Access Services, a Chase Manhattan Bank, NA subsidiary, the technology architect for Chase Manhattan Bank, NA, and a partner in CSC Consulting. He started his career as a computer programmer and moved into his first CIO position in 1976.
- Work: Senior Account Executive - Communicators Group
- Classes: Marketing Management in Healthcare
Peter Johnson is a senior account executive with Communicators Group, a full
service marketing and communications agency located in Keene, New Hampshire. He is responsible for initiating and managing communications for the Brattleboro Retreat, one of the region's leading healthcare centers for mental health and addiction treatment. He has coordinated similar marketing and communications plans for critical access and community-based hospitals throughout New England. He has worked in the field of marketing and advertising for over 25 years and is a member of the New England Society for Healthcare Communications. Peter earned a bachelors of science in administration and economics from the University of New Hampshire and a masters degree in information technology from the Marlboro College Graduate School.
Tammy joined the faculty in 2011. Tammy is founder and principal of Tammy Lenski LLC, a New Hampshire based conflict resolution firm serving organizations and individuals worldwide. For more than two decades, Dr. Tammy Lenski has ignited radical problem-solving shifts, inspired leaders to fine-tune their persuasive voice, and untangled complex state of group and interpersonal conflict in organizations, communities and families. Prior to founding her firm, Tammy had more than a decade of experience as a college vice president, dean and faculty member. She's served on numerous dispute resolution boards and panels, been featured in major media outlets, addressed conferences across the US, and her work published in textbooks and academic journals.
Tammy is a graduate of Middlebury College (1983, BA) and received her Doctorate in Education from the University of Vermont (1992).
- Work: Senior Director Information Technology Services/CIO at Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene (CMC/DHK)
- Class: Management Information Systems
Peter has served as Senior Director Information Technology Services/CIO at Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene (CMC/DHK) since May 2008. With over 20 years of experience in health care management and information technology, Peter has focused on developing and deploying advanced clinical computing technologies and electronic medical records to support patient care. Prior to joining Cheshire Medical Center, Peter served for eight years as CIO at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP), developing a fully paperless system for computerized patient care documentation and billing. Peter participates as a member of the Business and Technology Sub-Committee of the New Hamsphire Health Information Organization (NHHIO), an organization chartered to deliver technologies to promote sharing of electronic clinical data among NH health agencies and providers. Peter also serves on the Broadband Stakeholder Group of the Southwest Regional Planning Commission chartered to improve broadband access for the greater Monadnock Valley region.
Peter has a Masters of Science degree in Medical Informatics from the University of Utah and a Masters in Public Health degree from Yale University.
Craig advises hospitals and health systems, nursing facilities, health maintenance organizations and other healthcare providers in Vermont and New Hampshire in healthcare matters. Craig provides compliance and risk management advice to clients with respect to, among other things, involuntary mental health treatment applications and procedures, false claims act compliance and investigations, Medicare/Medicaid investigations, state legislative issues and professional responsibility complaints. Craig also helps clients respond to requests for healthcare information in civil and criminal matters and draft business associate agreements.
Craig is a graduate of Harvard College ('92 A.B.) and The University of Connecticut School of Law ('02 J.D.).
- Work: Capstone Coordinator, Marlboro College Graduate School; Education Consultant (ELT and other teaching and teacher training); IPP (MA project) Adviser and adjunct faculty, Lesson Planning and Language Analysis (SIT Graduate Institute)
- Classes: Managing Change, Capstone I: Planning, English Applied Linguistics
Beth has been an educator for over 35 years, working with graduate, undergraduate, and younger students from the age of 16+. Her teaching has involved both direct classroom delivery and blended and fully online courses in private language schools and universities in the U.S and abroad. At Marlboro, Beth uses project management concepts to guide our graduate students in preparing their Capstone projects. In addition to teaching and training, she has been principal of a school and managed a variety of school programs, designed and participated in educational reform support programs, and managed cohorts of teacher trainers and students, in person and virtually. She has presented internationally.
Beth graduated with a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Marlboro College Graduate School in August 2012. Beth also holds a Diploma in Educational Management, a Diploma of Education and an MSC in Applied Linguistics. She is currently serving on the Brattleboro Co-op Board of Directors.
- Work: Michael is vice president-fiscal services, and treasurer of Southern VT Health Services Corporation/Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.
- Classes: Financial Accounting for Healthcare and Financial Management.
Michael oversees financial services, including admitting and collections; budgeting; reimbursement; accounting; information systems; medical information and purchasing. He participates in negotiating leases, budgets, physician and managed care contracts and union negotiations and teaches managers budgeting. Michael is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Michael graduated from Keene State College with an AS in computer studies and a BS in management and received an MBA from Western New England College.
- Classes: Managing Projects and Strategic Management, Capstone Project I and II.
- Work: Is the owner of Facilitated Change, a consulting firm specializing in project management and training.
Lisa is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a global leader in the development of standards for the practice of project management. She worked for Hewlett-Packard in California and Idaho from 1990-2002. Lisa is currently the president of the Monadnock Region Chapter of the Project Management Institute (http://www.pmi-keene.org ). Lisa has been teaching at the Graduate School since 2003, and has been MSM Program Director since 2006.
Lias holds an MBA from the Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA.
Work: Jilisa is a clinical psychologist and director of the Anna Marsh Clinic at the Brattleboro Retreat.
- Classes: Issues in Ethics for Healthcare.
Jilisa's specialties include psychodynamic, relationally oriented psychotherapy with adults, older adults and couples. Dr. Snyder is a certified rehabilitation counselor as well as a forensic examiner. Her areas of expertise include mental health and health care ethics, personality development, the psychotherapeutic process, women’s issues, mind/body dynamics and medical psychology.
Jilisa earned a master’s degree and doctoral degree from the State University of New York at Albany followed by an internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Medical School—Department of Psychiatry.