• Fran Appleby, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Mark Chustz, Ph.D., MSW, RHIA

    Assistant Professor of Healthcare Management


    Mark Chustz earned his Ph.D. from the Nelson Mandela School of Public Policy in Baton Rouge, La. He received his MSW from Louisiana State University, also in Baton Rouge. He is the assistant director of the Healthcare Management program in the Division of Business at Elms College. His career includes eight years of employment as a social worker, working in home health and hospice. He also worked for 16 years as a hospital CEO. During that time, he was also responsible for the management of the hospitals, physician practices and a nursing home. In 2013, he passed the Registered Health Information Administrator’s exam and earned an RHIA. Mark brings his real-world experience into the classroom. His years of healthcare management experience inform him as he develops courses and course assignments that are realistic and meaningful to students. His goal is to prepare his students for an entry level position in the healthcare management field.

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  • Cheryl Condon, M.Ed.

    Lecturer in Physical Education


    Cheryl Condon played varsity basketball and softball at Westfield State College and was an assistant to the basketball team there for two seasons. She coached high school softball and taught physical education in Hadley, Massachusetts, before coming to Elms College to teach courses in physical education and the coaching minor. She has served on NCAA selection committees as well as various regional softball committees. Her interests lie in the preparation of students to become successful coaches and mentors in sport.

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  • Jennifer Connolly, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Rebecca Connolly, MSA, CPA

    Adjunct Faculty, Accounting


    Rebecca holds a reporting license as a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Massachusetts and is a Senior Associate at Moriarty & Primack, P.C. Rebecca is currently teaching Auditing and Advanced Accounting.

  • Ashley Desrosiers, MBA

    HCC; Lecturer of Marketing


  • Nicole Florian-Theriaque, CPA, MSA

    Adjunct Faculty, MBA


    Nicole is a Manager in Wolf & Company, P.C.’s audit group where she is responsible for coordinating and supervising audit services at client locations. She works on a well-diversified mix of clients including financial institutions, not-for-profits, and manufacturing businesses.

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  • Kimberly Fontaine, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Amanda Garcia, MSA, CPA, CFP

    Associate Professor of Accounting


    Amanda Garcia is the director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, and associate professor of accounting and finance at Elms College. Amanda earned her B.A. in accounting from Elms College and her master of science in accounting from Western New England University. She teaches in the disciplines of accounting, finance, economics and entrepreneurship. She has owned a tax and consulting business for over 13 years, specializing in small business, rental properties, and tax planning for individuals with investments. She is a 2010 Business West 40 under 40 awardee and volunteers with Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts, Young Professionals of Greater Springfield, and the Western Massachusetts Chapter of the MSCPA.

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  • Goose Gosselin, Ed.D.

    Director of Creative Technology, Professor of Graphic Design


    Dr. Gosselin is an educator, multimedia developer, and graphic artist. His research interests include graphic user interface design, digital graphic design perceptions of multimedia users, and computer strategy and board game design.

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  • Rachael Kaplan

    Program Coordinator, Business Division/MBA Program


  • Albert Kasper, MBA

    MBA Executive Advisory Council Member, Adjunct Professor


    Since 2001, Albert Kasper, MBA, has been the president and chief operating officer of Savage Sports Corp., a leading manufacturer of hunting and sporting firearms, archery equipment, shooting ranges, shoot houses, and targeting systems. He joined the company in 1996 as its vice president and chief financial officer and has quickly grown to be a strategic leader for the company. Previously, Al worked as a group controller and operations manager for The Conair Group, Inc. in Pittsburgh and as an operations manager for divisions of Danaher and United Technologies Corporation. He received an MBA from the University of Massachusetts and a B.S. in accounting from Western New England University.

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  • Kim Kenney-Rockwal, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Program Director MBA, Assistant Professor of Business Management


    Kim Kenney-Rockwal, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is the director of the Elms College MBA Program. Prior to joining the college she was the director of human resources at Health New England, located in Springfield, MA, where she oversaw HR operations and process improvement, and contributed to the strategic direction of talent management. During her time at HNE, Kim served as an internal executive coach, supporting the delivery of high performance programs and coaching activities throughout the organization.

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  • David Kimball, Sc.D.

    Associate Professor of Business Management


    David Kimball earned his Sc.D. from the University of New Haven, Conn., and he has his BS, BA, and MBA from Western New England University. He is the Chair of the Elms College Division of Business and Law. He co-authored the text Sport Management: Principles, Applications and Skills, now in its second edition. Dr. Kimball is interested in the role that mission statements play in the role of being a globally, socially, oriented organization. He also applies his doctoral research on corporate mission statements to assist students in analyzing organizations such as Starbucks, Nike, Blockbuster, and Ford. As the faculty advisor for the Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiative, Dr. Kimball mentors students developing business concepts and opportunities.

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  • Harry Kimball, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Sean Martin, CPP

    Adjunct Faculty, Marketing


  • Jane Miliotis, JD

    Adjunct Faculty, Business Law


  • Brandon Mitchell, CPA, CVA

    Adjunct Faculty, Accounting


  • Julie Quink, CPA

    Adjunct Faculty, MBA


    Julie Quink, CPA, is managing principal of Burkhart Pizzanelli, P.C. She has more than 25 years of public accounting experience and has held roles in an international accounting firm as well as a medium-sized local firm. She also has several years of experience in private, corporate accounting. Julie is skilled in services pertaining to forensic and fraud-related engagements.

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  • Daryl Russell, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Accounting


  • Anthony Scibelli, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, MBA


    Anthony Scibelli, MBA, is vice president of operations and chief administrative officer for Cooley Dickinson Health Care (an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital) in Northampton, Massachusetts. Anthony is responsible for all aspects of transport, linen, nutritional services, environmental services, facilities management, security, human resources, volunteer services, medical imaging, rehab services, labs, and performance improvement.

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  • David Silva, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Richard Sprinthall, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


  • Ryan Stelzer, MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, MBA


    Ryan Stelzer co-founded Strategy of Mind as a management consultant specializing in both individual and organizational performance improvement.

  • Thomas Waskiewicz, M.Ed., MBA

    Adjunct Faculty, Management


    Tom is an experienced educator who has taught business courses at the bachelor’s and master’s levels at Elms College, Westfield State University, and UMass Amherst. He has worked in many roles as a leader and educator with the UMASS Extension 4-H programs in MA. Prior, he was a high school guidance counselor, and elementary school teacher. He served as Marketing Director for Chemlawn Corporation and as Director of the Ashland Conference Center. An entrepreneur, Tom launched “Blades,” a small engine repair business. His civic engagement in the town of Hadley includes 22 years on the School Committee and the Disability Committee.