Jacqui Rogers (she/her/hers)

MCPA President

Coordinator of Transfer and Articulation
College of Southern Maryland

Bio: Jacqui Rogers is the Coordinator of Transfer and Articulation at the College of Southern Maryland. In May 2019, Jacqui completed her Master of Arts Degree in Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution from Salisbury University. She has previously worked at Salisbury University, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and Wesley College.



Chris Ambrose (he/him/his)

MCPA Past President

Assistant Director of Student Engagement
Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University

Bio: Chris has worked for the Johns Hopkins University system for over two and a half years. Having joined the Residential Life team at JHU Homewood, Chris worked with first and second-year residents on the Homewood campus where he supervised RAs, executed a residential curriculum, and was actively involved with LGBTQ+ Life and Multicultural Affairs. Chris joined the Peabody Student Affairs staff in December 2019 as the Assistant Director of Student Engagement. In his current role at Peabody, Chris leads New Student Orientation, manages clubs and organizations, advises the Peabody General Assembly (PGA), plans large scale events, and works to enhance the overall student experience here at the Conservatory. Alongside his full-time position, Chris also serves the larger field of Higher Education and Student Affairs as the Past President of the Maryland College Personnel Association (MCPA), our state’s chapter of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). Chris has been involved with MCPA since he was an undergraduate student and has continued with involvement since.

Chris graduated top of his class earning his Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Stevenson University in Owings Mills, MD in Spring 2015 and Masters of Education in College Student Personnel Administration from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA in Spring 2017. Chris is a Baltimore native who is a lover of brunch, Demi Lovato, and his dog, Piper.

Josh Martinez (he/him/his)


Community Director
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Bio: Josh Martinez joined UMBC in July of 2019 as a Community Director. He works in providing an inclusive living and learning environment for residential students. He received his M.Ed in College Student Personnel Administration from James Madison University and his B.A. in Communication from Mount St. Mary’s University.




Kim Hinds-Brush

Annual Events Coordinator

Director of Residence Life
Frostburg State University

Kim Hinds-Brush has been working in Student Affairs for 16 years after graduating from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a Masters in Higher Education Administration. Before completing this degree, she earned a BA in History and a BS in Accounting from UNLV. She has worked at small private colleges and public universities from coast to coast. Most of her work has been in Residence Life and Student Activities, so she has the experience needed to plan events which is the reason for running for Annual Events Coordinator.


Sarah Herberger (she/her/hers)

Communications Coordinator

Student Affairs Coordinator
Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University

Sarah (she/her/hers) currently serves as the Student Affairs Coordinator at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and she has worked for JHU for four years. She manages communication in the Office of Student Affairs, including the weekly campus newsletter and social media profiles. She also hires and manages the office’s student workers as well as planning campus-wide social programming. Sarah earned her Bachelor of Arts in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2015. She earned her Master of Liberal Arts from Johns Hopkins University in 2020, and is currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration from the University of Missouri.

Luke Haus

External Relations Coordinator

Assistant Director of Student Engagement for Leadership Development
Loyola University Maryland

Bio: Luke Haus is the Assistant Director of Student Engagement for Leadership Development at Loyola University Maryland. In this role Luke develops and organizes a robust sophomore leadership program, the university’s annual leadership conference, commuter and transfer student orientation and programming, and various other leadership development programs for students. Luke received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from Loyola University Maryland in 2017, and a Master’s in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs from Kent State University in 2020. While spending two years in Ohio Luke served as a Resident Director and Graduate Assistant for the Office of First-Year Initiatives at the University of Mount Union. In the year between undergrad and graduate school, Luke spent a year living and teaching in Bangkok, Thailand. Getting to travel, explore other cultures, and growing in intercultural competence is a passion of Luke’s, and believes it helps in aiding in his student development goals. Luke is originally from Palmyra, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland where he likes to explore the city by finding new coffee shops and restaurants.

Jake Garner

Membership Coordinator

Community Director
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Bio: Jake Garner is a residence life professional, currently serving as Community Director at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.  Jake attended the University of South Carolina as an undergraduate, studying chemical engineering, before deciding to pursue a career in higher education.  He obtained his master’s degree in higher education at Virginia Tech while working as a graduate assistant in housing and residence life.  He has been an ACPA member for three years and joined MCPA upon moving to Maryland in 2019.  Outside of work, Jake enjoys cooking, working out, reading library books on his kindle, listening to NPR podcasts, and overwatering his succulents.

Tyler Fultz (they/them)

Regional Coordinator, Northern Maryland

Community Director
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Bio: Tyler Fultz (they/them) grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, and is currently working as a Community Director in Residential Life at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Tyler is obsessed with crosswords, and when there isn’t a pandemic, they play in local recreational sports leagues and host trivia at a Montgomery County brewery. As MCPA’s Regional Coordinator for Northern Maryland, Tyler is excited to build relationships with folks across Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County, and Howard County and grow how MCPA can better serve practitioners across these areas.


CJ Hartung (he/him/his)

Student Representative

Candidate, Master of Music
Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University

CJ Hartung (he/him/his) joins the MCPA as the Student Representative. A current Master of Music Candidate at the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University, he is the Project Assistant for the Student Affairs Office, member of the Johns Hopkins Return to Campus Advisory Board, and works closely with Chris Ambrose, Assistant Director of Student Engagement. Prior to his current position, CJ reinstated and reformed the student body government, PGA, and served as President for 2 years during his undergraduate career at Peabody. CJ is an avid performer and champion of growth and development within the performing arts industry. He has an immense interest in race, identity and leadership within the arts, and defining what truly defines, and implements generational and cultural accessibility.

Interested in becoming more involved with MCPA as a member of the executive board, volunteering with a conference, or other engagement opportunities? Email us at [email protected] to connect!