Virginia is the President/Founder of VAIR, LLC, an International Healthcare Recruitment company established in 2009. She is currently working as a nursing supervisor on a part time basis at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore City. Staying in the field of her interest keeps her grounded in the issues related to health care and how it impact patients and families.
Ms. Alinsao worked for The Johns Hopkins Health System for over 30 years and held various administrative positions. She developed the Johns Hopkins international recruitment program, placing nearly 300 nurses from 25 countries in clinical settings throughout the health system. During her time at Johns Hopkins, she served as Administrator of Johns Hopkins International Patient Services, now a major player in international patient services and consulting. Prior to that, she served for 12 years as Director of Nursing for the Department of Medicine and the Baltimore Regional Burn Center at Johns Hopkins Bayview and Administrator of Renal program.
Ms. Alinsao is a member of the Executive Board of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, Maryland chapter and the in-coming President of the organization.
Prior Board experiences included: Mt. Vernon Mews Home Owner’s Association (Secretary), Member of the Advisory Board of AcademyHealth (funded by MacArthur Foundation) in the development of Voluntary Ethical Recruitment Practices of Foreign Educated Nurses to the USA, Board member of the Friends of the Baltimore Regional Burn Center Foundation, Maryland-China Business Council.
Jonathan E. Bradley
Jonathan E. Bradley is founder and member of Cristata Investment Management LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).
Jonathan was co-founder of “Bradley’s Golf Insider,” quoted in Business Week, Fortune, Forbes, Golf World and other publications, and was one of the first investment newsletters on the internet, featured at NBC in 1994.
Mr. Bradley is chair of nominations and awards committee alumni council at Johns Hopkins University. He currently serves as a member on JHU CBS Dean’s alumni advisory board. He has participated as a mentor and judge in Johns Hopkins Business Plan Contest. He served on the search committee for the inaugural dean at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He served as a trustee and board member of the Natural History Society of Maryland. Mr. Bradley served as an auxiliary member of the Board of Child Care in Maryland.
Mr. Bradley completed his MBA at Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School as a graduate Fellow of the JHU MBA Fellows Program. He has attended St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute of Theology (EIT) as a graduate student of theology. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, from the University of Baltimore.
Jon’s ultimate goal is to give back to his community and to help ones who have helped him in his life journey. Jon credits all of his success and desire to his parents, family values, faith, mentors, supporters, and especially his wife Lauren. He enjoys golf, cycling, faith and community activities, academics, and seeing people overcome challenges as they achieve or live their dreams.
Anita M. Holloway, MD
Anita M. Holloway, M.D., M.B.A is currently Market Vice President and Medical Officer for the Wisconsin and Michigan Market of Humana, Inc., one of the country’s leading health and well-being companies serving more than 11 million U.S. customers. Dr. Holloway is excited to be part of the leadership team developing and implementing innovative initiatives designed to improve clinical outcomes and efficiency of health care delivery. She also leads and collaborates with market/regional committees monitoring the utilization of health care delivery trends and effectiveness of clinical programs, identifying opportunities for improvement.
Dr. Holloway earned her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College and completed her residency at Johns Hopkins University, where she also earned her Masters of Business Administration.
Dr. Holloway has 20 years experience as a clinical, caring for and advising patients in private, academic, and group physician practice settings in director, residency teaching, and consulting roles. Additionally, she has extensive expertise in various roles, including developing strategic vision,
implementing programs, engaging support, and measuring results in health management and occupational health and safety.
Her passion for a full view of well-being and varied leadership positions make her a frequent presenter on the regional, national, and international level. She currently serves on the Dean’s Alumni Advisory Board for the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School since 2011 as well as serves on the Johns Hopkins Alumni Council since 2012.
Jack Kent, RAC is an entrepreneur and graduate student at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and Carey Business School. Jack recently founded "Blue Crab Consulting," a medical devices consulting firm. His expertise has gravitated towards medical and biological innovation, product life cycles, pre/post markets, due diligence, and litigation assignments.
Mr. Kent received a B.S. from the University of Pennsylania, in bio engineering. He is currently pursuing a joint degree at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and an MBA at JHU Carey Business School class of 2014. He has held research positions at the University of Pennslvania, University of Maryland, and is currently working at Johns Hopkins University Tech Transfer.
Matthew W. Wyskiel
Matthew W. Wyskiel founded and is owner of Skill Capital Management, a Maryland based "Registered Investment Advisor. His firm was founded in 2008, their investment approach is investment in index funds, predicated on a proprietary in-house investment model. Its approach is to seek above average rates of return by using low cost and tax efficient index funds. Mr. Wyskiel previously worked as vice-president of institutional asset management at Mercantile Trust and Bank: ICM. He managed a short term fixed-income portfolio, assets ranged from $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000. Mr. Wyskiel received his M.B.A. from New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, Accounting and Finance.
He has a M.S., in Accounting from New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He graduated from Williams College, receiving a B.A. in Mathematics and Economics. He is a graduate of Gilman School.
His altruism, philanthropy, and community involvement are reflective of his heart and work attitude.