Before joining Noodle, Jane Hamilton for the past four years has served as Chief of Staff and campaign manager for Congressman Marc Veasey, representing the 33rd Congressional District of Texas. In that role she created the framework for the implementation of all political, legislative, and communication goals.
Director of Solutions Architecture David Donoso is no stranger to diversity. He was born in Quito, Ecuador, the son of an executive for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. From there the family moved to Moscow, Russia, for about six years before returning stateside to New York.
Chief Program Officer Stephen Green oversees all of Noodle's 20+ university partnerships and 50+ online programs in the core functions of online program management, and is committed to improving the intersection of access, education, and technology.
Jeff Perkins, Noodle’s first DEI specialist, started his academic journey intending to be a magazine editor, with no plans to work in higher education. But that all changed when he took a role as a College Adviser with the Missouri College Advising Corps. He served for two years within the Kansas City Public Schools system at Southeast High School–his mom’s alma mater-- as the inaugural College Adviser.
Academic Director Christine Levinson is an experienced teacher and after earning a B.A. in English from the University of Missouri, went on to earn a Master’s degree in Cross-Cultural Teaching from National University, as well as one in Curriculum and Instruction from California State University Dominguez Hills. She topped off her schooling-- with a doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California.
This week, five of Noodle's women leaders met for a panel in celebration of Women's History Month. Watch the zoom webinar and find the auto-generated transcript here.
Managing Director, Enrollment Management Services, Raul A. Vazquez is experienced in operations and strategy within the higher education management space. He is skilled in training and development, as well as developing outreach strategies and systems. Raul is a graduate of Bridgewater State University with a BS in Business Management.
Student Affairs Lead Demetrice Smith joined Noodle with nearly 15 years’ experience in higher education. Prior to joining Noodle, she worked as a Student Success Director at Old Dominion University Online. She has also worked at University of North Carolina Greensboro in records and registration, student success, and academic advising. Demetrice currently resides in North Carolina.
Tamisha Doublin, Director, Project Management Office, started out as a marketing professional, but ultimately marketed herself into a career in education. Tamisha, who still lives in her hometown of Little Rock, had never thought of herself as a person who would be an educator, but suddenly thought to herself, "wouldn't it be nice to teach others?".
Director of Compliance Vanessa Bell has nearly a decade’s experience in data privacy law, data security, and regulatory compliance within the higher education space. She is a graduate of both Florida State University with a BS in Economics and the Florida International University School of Law. Vanessa is licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Allison Nugent, Noodle’s first Chief People Officer, never planned to work in Human Resources. Allison initially planned a career as an engineer. Still, after her first job with an engineering company in Canada, where she was constantly pushed to answer the phones instead of going underground to do the engineering work with her male colleagues, she decided to pursue another path.
Senior Vice President of University Relations Scott Levine has helped more than 100 colleges and universities make process improvements based on market research. Since 2010, he has focused on helping universities create, launch, and scale high-demand online degrees with a focus on matching external market demand with internal institutional readiness to present the best online offerings.
Focusing on new business development, Cammie Hebert both provides marketplace perspective and improves sales processes and operations strategy. She has been working in the online program management space for over 5 years to develop, launch, and scale strategic online offerings based on institutional objectives and market demand.
Jarumi Crooks is an Enrollment Advisor in the Philadelphia office for the Howard University Executive MBA program. Prior to joining Noodle, he worked in internal recruitment for a Fortune 100 financial services company as well as recruitment and HR for a boutique educational search organization.
As a young boy, Kevin Phang emigrated from Burma to the United States with his family. After attending Lowell High School in San Francisco, he was accepted into the University of California at Irvine and later graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Criminology, Law and Society, as well as a minor in Management.
Before joining Noodle, Sydney McCann worked within the ed-tech space at Instructure for four years in order to implement the online programs of higher education universities. During that time, Sydney helped Instructure break through to the Canadian higher education market and build up their data warehouse offerings.
Human Resources Coordinator Ryan Walsh joined Noodle after more than a decade in the food and beverage industry. While working full time in customer service, Ryan had achieved his goal of becoming the first person in his family to graduate with a degree in higher education after earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in World Languages and Cultures from Salem State University.
Karen Pryor is Director I of Enrollment working with the Howard University School of Business, working specifically with the Executive MBA program. Beginning her career in Marketing & Sales, Pryor worked in various industries including Transportation and Event Management.
Dr. Melora Sundt joined Noodle Partners after working as a Professor of Clinical Education at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education. In that role she designed, built and taught several online and blended doctoral programs. Sundt also served as Executive Vice Dean, overseeing degree programs, student services, faculty affairs, continuing education and research.
Brittany joined Noodle after working at the career services and the professionalism department at Penn Law. Overall, she is passionate about thinking critically on how to make the U.S. education system equitable.Brittany holds a M.S.Ed in Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to her master's, she double majored in Early Childhood Family Studies and Spanish.
Managing Director of Marketing Communications Michelle Winsor has almost 20 years of experience in the higher education space, most of which have focused heavily on multi-department process development, web/SharePoint development, and project management. She serendipitously joined the email and CRM communication space in 2015, successfully aligning her expertise in strategy, creativity, and technology.