Business, Computing, and Applied Technology Faculty

David Antol

Coordinator for Applied Technology Programs


B.S., Tri-State University
M.S., Loyola University Maryland


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2472
Email:  dantol@harford.edu

L J Baker

Assistant Professor of Accounting


A.A., Harford Comm College
B.S., University of Baltimore
M.S., Univ MD-University College


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2374
Email:  JBaker@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/JBaker/

Michael Boehmer

Adjunct Faculty


B.S., Ohio State University
M.S., Johns Hopkins Univ


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2444 ext.7595
Email:  MBoehmer@Harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/MBoehmer/

Jerome Brown

Faculty - Mathematics and Computer Science


B.S., Lincoln University-PA
M.S., Univ Maryland College Park


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2125
Email:  JeBrown@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/JeBrown/

Maurice Brown

Term Faculty - Business Management


A.A., Baltimore City Comm College
B.A., Towson University
M.B.A., University of Baltimore

Maurice Brown joined the HCC faculty in August 2009 with over 30 years of extensive experience working as a business consultant and adjunct college professor. During his consulting years, he supervised a team at Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness; he also served as Chief Administrator & Director at Cecil Community College, in addition to lecturing in the classroom. Before joining CCC he worked at Howard University as Deputy Director of the SBDC Program and held lectures on his factor topic "ethics."

Maurice's greatest professional accomplishment was the establishment of the Harford County Revolving Loan Fund, serving on the Harford County Economic Development Advisory Board and contributing to the economic growth of our county.


Contact:
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Email:  MaBrown@Harford.edu

Reba Businsky

Adjunct Faculty


B.S., Goldey-Beacom College
M.S., Wilmington University
M.S., Wilmington University

Professor Businsky has taught Accounting 101 & 102, Principles of Management, and Introduction to Business at Harford Community College; Logistics Management and Operations and Introduction to Transportation Management at American Public University; and Human Resource Management at Florida Institute of Technology. She is currently earning her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Walden University. Her dissertation topic will focus on integrating emotional intelligence into a management training program.

Previously, Professor Businsky was a human resource manager for UPS Supply Chain Solutions. Over the last 15-plus years, she has been working in the corporate world. She has held several management positions, including staffing manager, payroll manager and accounts receivable manager for different corporations. She is associated with the following organizations: American Psychological Association, Society of Human Resource Management Society of Emotional Intelligence and Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Association of Professional Women, Cambridge's Who's Who and the Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2444 ext.7604
Email:  RBusinsky@Harford.edu

Abigail Chapin

Faculty - CIS


B.S., Univ Maryland College Park
B.S., Univ Maryland College Park
M.S., University of Virginia-Main

A. C. Chapin has taught introductory and programming courses at HCC since 2006.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2136
Email:  AChapin@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/AChapin/

Mark Dencler

Faculty - CIS


B.S., Towson University
M.S., Towson University

Mark Dencler co-authored a scholarly article entitled "Comparison of Shape-Based and Stroke-Based Methods for Segmenting Handwritten Chinese Characters." He has performed scholarly research in the areas of distributed computing, radar profile analysis, computer-aided visual pattern recognition, handwriting analysis, and war game simulation.

Mark specializes in computer programming languages and is fluent in C/C++, Java, Visual Basic, Python, and a wide variety of web-based technologies. His fields of interest include computational theory, algorithm analysis, game design, software security, mobile application development, language theory and web design. He has had prior work experience at HCC as a professional tutor and adjunct faculty for the STEM division. He has also worked at National Security Agency and Aberdeen Proving Grounds in software- related positions.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2439
Email:  MDencler@harford.edu

Eric Feustel

Adjunct Faculty - Business


B.S., University of Baltimore
J.D., Univ Maryland Baltimore
M.B.A., University of Baltimore


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2444 ext.7617
Email:  EFeustel@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/EFeustel/

Miriam Huddleston

Assistant Professor - Business Management


B.A., Loyola University Maryland
M.B.A., University of North Texas


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2426
Email:  MHuddles@harford.edu

Ryker Hughes

Assistant Professor of Business and Computer Information Systems


B.A., Salisbury University
M.A., Central Michigan Univ

Ryker Hughes has worked at Harford Community College for 36 years. He began his career in the Continuing Education Division developing and implementing training for nursing, business and industry in Harford County. In 1995, he transferred to the credit side of the college, assuming the position of Chair of Business, Computing and Technology.

During his tenure as chair, Ryker became involved with international education, helping create a partnership with Moscow Medical College in 1996 to develop and implement a nursing continuing education system that integrated the nurse as a key member of the health care team. The partnership continues to this day.

He now focuses on teaching the Introduction and Management courses of the division.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2496
Email:  RHughes@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/JHughes/

Steve Johnson

Faculty - CADD


B.S., Univ Maryland College Park
M.S., Univ Maryland College Park


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2641
Email:  SJohnson@harford.edu

James Karmel

Professor of History


B.S., SUNY - Buffalo
M.A., SUNY - Buffalo
Ph.D., SUNY - Buffalo

Dr. James Karmel completed his Ph.D. at the University at Buffalo. Since coming to HCC in 1997, he has been actively engaged as an educator and professional historian specializing in oral history and economic history. He is actively involved in the academic life of the college, research and professionally engaged. As an educator, he has developed various classes and a program in Public History at HCC. He is also an accomplished online instructor, earning a Quality Matters certificate of recognition for HCC's HIST 103. Dr. Karmel was amongst a small group of HCC faculty in the late 1990s who pioneered online instruction at HCC and in Maryland.

With a background in early American history, he has branched out in his career in various ways. In 2001, Dr. Karmel began a long research project on the Atlantic City casinos that culminated in a book: Gambling on the American Dream: Atlantic City and the Casino Era (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2008). He also led two oral history projects that he completed for the Atlantic City Free Public Library, including "Thirty Years, Thirty Voices" (2008), which marked thirty years of the casino era. With his casino expertise,

He has presented for HCC's Hays-Heighe House on topics such as Civil War emancipation, and led a literary discussion funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities on the Civil War. He also mentored a student to the top History prize for the Beacon Scholar's competition. In addition, he has written articles and book reviews for a variety of professional publications, including Pennsylvania History. He currently serves on the Education and Scholarship committees of the Oral History Association. Dr. Karmel has become a resource for media outlets such as the Baltimore Sun, Daily Record and Baltimore Business Journal. In addition, he developed and periodically teaches a class on casinos for HCC's business program (Introduction to Casino Management).


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2105
Email:  JKarmel@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/JKarmel/

Chester Karwowski

Director for Applications Development


B.S., Georgia Institute Technology

Chester Karwowski (Ski) has worked in the computer industry since 1995. He has experience in many areas of computer science including help desk, network administration, PC and network security, systems administration, and application development. He has industry certifications in networking, and information assurance. He is currently the Director for Application Development at HCC.

Chester has been an adjunct instructor at Harford Community College since 1996 teaching courses in computer information systems, user support, network security, and programming.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2367
Email:  ckarwows@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://faculty.harford.edu/faculty/ckarwows

Cynthia Lewis

Business Management Faculty


A.A., Stevenson University
B.S., University of Baltimore
M.S., Univ MD-University College

Cynthia Lewis is an executive director for a local nonprofit organization. Previously, she held positions in accounting, management and human resources with state government and private organizations. She has been an adjunct instructor at HCC since 2008, teaching in all areas of the department - accounting, business, and computer classes. She is currently finishing her master's degree from University of Maryland University College.

Cynthia has served on various Harford Community College committees, including the Learning Assessment Committee, curriculum development committees for the Human Resource Certificate and the committee to create BA245, Contemporary Issues in Business. She is currently the chair for the division's committee for faculty based advising and retention. She has also created numerous brochures and pamphlets for the division.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2058
Email:  CLewis@harford.edu

Sherry Massoni

Faculty - Administrative/Office Professions


B.S., Towson University
M.A., Notre Dame of MD University


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2645
Email:  SMassoni@harford.edu

John Mayhorne

Dean of Business, Computing & Applied Technology


B.S., Towson University
M.S., Johns Hopkins Univ

John Mayhorne has been dean of the Business, Computing and Applied Technology (BCAT) division since January 2007. He was a BCAT faculty member from January 2000 - 2003 and also worked with Yorktowne Business Institute, a private career school in York, Pennsylvania from 2003 - 2006. Prior to his tenure at Harford Community College, he worked with the Harford County Public Schools as a business education teacher, instructional supervisor and high school administrator. As a high school administrator, he worked at Joppatowne, Aberdeen, Fallston and Edgewood High Schools. Dean Mayhorne is a member of the National Business Educators Association.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2382
Email:  JMayhorne@harford.edu
Faculty Webpage:  http://ww2.harford.edu/faculty/JMayhorne/

Paul Nesbitt

Faculty - CIS


B.A., Long Island Univ-CW Post
M.S., Hofstra University

Paul Nesbitt joined the HCC faculty in fall 2001. Before coming to HCC, he worked for 17 years at a major check printing company, serving as training manager and quality control manager. He also spent 10 years with a computer sales, support and consulting company providing network support and technical documentation for custom software.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2101
Email:  PNesbitt@harford.edu

AnnMarie Profili

Faculty - Paralegal Studies


B.S., Univ Maryland College Park
J.D., Widener University

Professor Profili graduated from Edgewood High School and is a lifelong resident of Harford County. She played lacrosse as a student at the University of Maryland, College Park, and also completed a study abroad at the University of London, England. She then worked as a legislative liaison for the Maryland House of Delegates in Annapolis.

After earning her J.D., Professor Profili clerked in the Circuit Court of Maryland in Harford County. She then practiced as an associate with the general practice law firm of John E. Kelly, P.A., in Bel Air. In 1997 she opened her own law firm, specializing in administrative law and operating a title company. Ms. Profili began teaching part-time at Harford Community College in 1997 in both the business and paralegal programs; she assumed a full-time position in 2008. Professor Profili also taught the trial advocacy program at Widener School of Law and the Junior Achievement program at St. Stephen School in Kingsville. She is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, Harford County Bar Association, Federal Bar, and American Association for Paralegal Educators.


Contact:
Phone: 443-412-2214
Email:  AProfili@harford.edu

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