The Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development
1601 W Mount Royal Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217-4406
Office: Monday-Friday/ 9AM- 5PM
Drop-In Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays/ 2PM-4PM during the academic year
Schedule an Appointment
All appointments are scheduled via phone, call us at 410-225-2420.
Meet the Career Development Staff
Megan is the new Director for the Center, and received her Bachelor of Arts from Florida State University in Photography, a Post Baccalaureate certificate from Studio Art Centers International (SACI) in Florence, Italy, and her Masters in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University. She has been at MICA for 10 years, formerly serving as the Director and Assistant Director of Student Activities. Megan loves hiking, outdoor adventures and absolutely loves working with MICA students!
Marsha Lynn Hammond '98 Sculpture & '99 MAT
Assistant Director for Design + Media
Marsha Lynn Hammond joined the staff in 2011 as the Assistant Director for Design + Media and assists students with applying for jobs and internships in a variety of fields as well as preparing students for successful careers in the arts. She came to us from MICA's Office of Undergraduate Admission where she worked for 11 years as an Admission Counselor, Coordinator of International Admission and most recently Director of Admission. An artist herself, Marsha is an alum of MICA, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture '98 and an Master of Arts in Teaching '99. She taught in Baltimore County schools before returning to MICA as staff. Marsha and her husband Greg (yes very Brady!) live in Hampden with their 2 year old, Owen.
Georgia Gadsby Creson
Assistant Director for Fine Art
As the newest member of the career development team, joining in July of 2013, Georgia looks forward to becoming a part of the MICA Community. Georgia will assist students and alumni who have a specific interest in pursuing a career in the fine arts to apply for grants and residencies, pursue graduate degrees and prepare for successful careers in the arts. She will also serve as a resources for liberal arts majors. She received her BFA in studio art from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and her MFA in studio art from Memphis College of Art where she also served as the Director of Fine Arts for seven years. As a practicing artist, Georgia has received several commissions to create creative bike racks, and continues to maintain an active studio practice. She and her husband Dwayne, like to spend time going to art openings, visiting museums and taking pictures of their two cats Baguette and Moonshine.
Megan Rogers '06 Painting
Assistant Director for Employer Relations
Megan Rogers received her BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2006, followed by an MFA in Painting from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008. Prior to starting her role in the Career Development Office, Megan was Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission and the Scholarship Programs Coordinator at MICA. Megan maintains a studio practice in Baltimore and has participated in residencies in the US and abroad. Megan loves travel, food, and spending time with family.
Meagan Zink Denham ‘05
Born and raised in Baltimore, Meagan Zink Denham received her B.F.A. from MICA in 2005 (General Fine Arts), and has been assisting students with their professional development in the Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development for the past four years. Prior to working at MICA, she fed her passion for art supplies and art-making by managing a local retailer, Plaza Artist Materials in Mount Vernon. Meagan continues to create her own work and sells her goods at craft fairs and on Etsy. She also loves to experience nature, loves to hike, and especially loves the beach.
Fulbright Program Adviser & Jack Kent Cooke Adviser
Erin Treacy comes to us from New York City, receiving her BFA in Painting from Pratt Institute and her MFA from UMASS Dartmouth. She recently returned from Ireland after living there for 2 years. Erin applied at-large for a Fulbright to west coast of Ireland to complete visual research in the unique environment of The Burren. She is now sharing her success and advice with our students and alumni. Being exposed to a wide variety of landscape fuels Erin's creativity. In addition to her own excursions she has been fortunate to participate in numerous artist symposiums/residencies throughout Europe. She is an exhibiting artist, curator, and educator. www.erintreacy.com