Karen Jehanian   Roland Kinser   Jacob A. Kuehn   Sandra M. McGlasson   Michael Mirabito   Rebecca Morris  
                         
  Class of 1982 and 2000 Drexel University
BS Civil Engineering and MBA Business Administration
  Class of 1955
Georgia Institute of Technolog
BS Mechanical Engineering
  Class of 2004
Clarkson University
BS Interdisciplinary Engineering & Management
  Class of 1966
University of Cincinnati
BS Advertising Design
  Class of 1985
Wentworth Institute of Technolog
BS Building Construction Engineering Technology
  Class of 1997
Wentworth Institute of Technology
BS Facilities Planning and Management, MBA
 
                         
  Nominated b
President John Fry
Drexel University
  Nominated by
Patrick R. Antony, Ph.D. Executive Director - Div of Prof Practice
Georgia Institute of Technology
  Nominated by
Anthony G. Collins, President
Clarkson University
  Nominated by Dr. Kettil Cedercreutz Assoc. Provost & Director, Professional Practice & Exp. Learning University of Cincinnati   Nominated by Dr. Zorica Pantic, President Wentworth Institute of Technology   Nominated by Dr. Zorica Pantic, President Wentworth Institute of Technology  
                         
  Ms. Jehanian is President and owner of KMJ Consulting Inc., a transportation consulting firm she founded in 1998. In her first co-op at Urban Engineers, Ms. Jehanian drafted cross-section drawings for the Philadelphia Airport High Speed Line. Having a follow-up co-op experience three years later there taught her about the design and construction process, and she saw the results of her work on the High Speed Line. When she returned there years later as a Department Manager, many of the same engineers were still around. There was a sense of pride that their “co-op” had returned to the group. During her tenure at Urban, Ms. Jehanian was promoted to Vice President and made an Associate. In 2009, Ms. Jehanian was named Transportation Engineer of the Year by the Philadelphia Section of American Society of Civil Engineers. She is a frequent panelist and guest lecturer at Drexel.

 

  Roland Kinser (BS, Mechanical Engineering, 1955) is President of JRK Engineering of Atlanta, Georgia and Falls Church, Virginia. Kinser was a co-op at Minneapolis Honeywell while in college working on control schemes and control diagrams for the heating and air conditioning systems of commercial buildings. He attributes his professional success on his ability to pay for school by working in Atlanta. Kinser is heavily involved in and was the past president of the Georgia Tech Co-op Affinity Group. He latest achievement was shepherding his grandchild through the Co-op program to continue the work-integrated and professional development legacy path he helped pave.

 

  Jacob Kuehn is an account manager for Gexpro, a division of Rexel Worldwide. He started his career with a year long CO-OP with General Electric as an onsite material manager at a General Motors facility. Upon graduation he took a position with GE in their commercial leadership program. After 2 years on program the GE division Jacob was working for was purchased by Rexel Worldwide and re-branded Gexpro. With Gexpro Jacob has been an account manager for over 6 years with 1 year as the Dallas-Fort Worth operations manager. His current role is providing energy solutions to national retail accounts.

 

  During her twenty-six year faculty career, Professor Sandra McGlasson’s consistently successful management of the UC Graphic Design co-op program elevated the status and reputation of the program to be currently recognized as one of the top-ranked graphic design educations in the United States. Her honors include: Honorary Outstanding Senior Award-1986, student recognition of instructional excellence; University Faculty Achievement Award-1996, outstanding contributions to the mission of the University; John and Wanda Mosbacker Award- 2000, inaugural recipient, excellence in teaching; Interim Director, Division of Professional Practice- 2000-2001, provostal appointment. Prior to joining the University Sandy had an eighteen-year career as a corporate design manager, receiving local, regional and national design awards.

 

  Today Michael Mirabito is the Head of Strategic Planning and Project Engineering at Novartis, after working at Pfizer for 20 years in a variety of roles including Director of Global Engineering MEU Regional Lead, Director of Global Project Services, and Senior Project Engineer. As a leader at Novartis, he is also responsible for employing co-ops from multiple disciplines, such as construction management, facilities management, and interior design. He is currently utilizing a team of Wentworth co-ops to help build a new headquarters for the company in Cambridge.

 

  Rebecca Morris is now the Senior Vice President and Manager of Project Services at Office Resources (ORI). She focuses on new client development and oversees the design, project management, technology, and facilities management functions of the company. In 2010, Ms. Morris founded Interior Resources Group (IRG) as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE). Interior Resources Group strives to be a leader in commercial interiors, project management, and facilities management services. IRG’s unique business model provides a single source for its clients by integrating services that would normally be accomplished by two or three different consultants or service providers.