Loyola University Maryland

Office of the President

President's Cabinet

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Donovan Susan Donovan, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President

Susan Donovan was appointed to the position of executive vice president in July 2011 after serving as the chief student development officer at Loyola since 1988. In this new role, Donovan provides executive leadership for the divisions of administration, advancement, enrollment management and communications, and student development. Donovan also oversees the offices of Campus Ministry, mission integration, and the department of athletics. Donovan serves as the campus liaison to the Middle States accreditation. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Saint Louis University, a M.S. in Higher Education from Florida State University, and a B.A. from Buena Vista University, and attended Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management (IEM).

Camille Marc Camille, Ed.D.
Vice President for Enrollment Management and Communications

Marc Camille came to Loyola in 2006 after serving as dean of admission and financial aid at Xavier University in Ohio. A bachelor of arts in English graduate of Rollins College in Florida, Camille has an M.A. from the University of Miami in Florida and a doctorate in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania. As vice president for enrollment management and communications, Camille is responsible for developing and managing Loyola's long term enrollment and marketing strategies. The division of enrollment management and communications includes the offices of undergraduate admission, graduate admission, financial aid, institutional research, and marketing and communications (creative services, institutional communications, and web communications).

Gentzler Randall D. Gentzler
Vice President for Finance and Treasurer

Randall Gentzler joined Loyola University Maryland in May 2011 and serves as the University’s chief financial and investment officer. He provides senior leadership and direction to the major operating divisions of financial services, technology services, and facilities and campus services. He joined Loyola from Philadelphia University where he held the position of vice president for finance and administration/treasurer since 1995. He received his MBA from Philadelphia University; his B.S. in Accounting from Elizabethtown College; and attended Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management (IEM).

Gillick Megan Gillick
Vice President for Advancement

Megan Gillick leads all of the University’s fundraising efforts and oversees the offices of annual giving, planned giving, corporate and foundation relations, alumni relations, advancement events, advancement communications, and advancement services. She joined Loyola from Oregon State University, where she served as senior director of development for intercollegiate athletics and associate campaign director. Earlier in her career, Gillick held several positions in advancement at Georgetown University, including assistant vice president for major gifts at Georgetown University Medical Center and several positions of increasing responsibility in advancement at Georgetown College, Georgetown’s school of arts and sciences. She also served as associate director of Tanglewood development at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and was assistant director of development for the Northwestern University School of Law. She began her career in advancement at Colgate University, her alma mater.

Horton Sheilah Shaw Horton, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Students

Sheilah Shaw Horton joined Loyola in September 2011, coming from fellow Jesuit institution Boston College where she had served as associate vice president and dean of students since September 2008 and in a number of leadership roles within the division of student affairs for more than 20 years. At Loyola, Horton’s responsibilities include overseeing and providing strategic direction for a variety of campus offices and departments focused on the success and wellbeing of the University’s undergraduate and graduate students. Horton received her undergraduate degree from Emmanuel College and her master's and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Boston College.

Sawyer Terrence Sawyer, J.D.
Vice President for Administration

Terrence Sawyer became vice president for administration in 2004 after six years as special assistant to the president for government and community relations and trustee affairs. Prior to joining Loyola, Sawyer served as a director at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. A 1992 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, Sawyer earned his juris doctor from Widener University in 1995. Sawyer currently leads the University's government and community relations offices, and oversees trustee affairs and the departments of public safety, environmental health and safety, transportation and parking, and human resources. Sawyer also serves as an affiliate faculty member in the department of law and social responsibility.

Snyder Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Timothy Law Snyder came to Loyola in 2007 after serving as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Fairfield University for six years. Prior to Fairfield, Snyder served Georgetown University as dean of science from 1995-99. Snyder received a B.A. and a B.S. in 1981 and an M.S. in 1983 from the University of Toledo. Following that, he earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. Snyder currently oversees all academic functions at Loyola, including the deans and operations of undergraduate and graduate programs in Loyola College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, and the Sellinger School of Business and Management, as well as the office of research and sponsored programs, the student records office, the dean and office of international programs, the dean of first-year students and the academic advising and service center, the Center for Community Service and Justice, and the Loyola Clinical Centers. Snyder’s duties include faculty recruitment and development as well as continually improving the University's academic programs.