J O H N S H O P K I N S M A G A Z I N E
Meet the Staff
Catherine Pierre, Editor
Dale Keiger, Associate Editor
Michael Anft, Senior Writer
Shaul Tsemach, Art Director
Dianne MacLeod, Business Manager
DALE KEIGER is the magazine's associate editor, as well as associate editor of the Johns Hopkins Magazine Group. He joined the magazine's staff in 1992 and covers fine arts, engineering, public health, business, and athletics. A 1976 > summa cum laude graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, his work has appeared in many national publications, including The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Travel & Leisure, Business Week, Connoisseur, and Advertising Age. He has also taught numerous nonfiction writing courses for the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars and is a frequent presenter at writer's conferences.
Senior writer MICHAEL ANFT covers science and medicine for the magazine. During his 25 years as a journalist, he has covered nonprofit organizations nationwide for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, delved into media and political matters and the arts for Baltimore's City Paper, written about pop music for The Baltimore Evening Sun, and penned stories on business for Warfield's. He has also reviewed books for The Washington Post, music for OPTION, and the arts for a host of magazines. He lives in suburban Baltimore with his wife and two children.
A native of Israel, art director SHAUL TSEMACH earned an MFA at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem in 1984. His studies were supported in part through the Sharett Scholarship, one of Israel's most prestigious arts awards. After graduating he worked as an art director for Ma'ariv, one of Israel's major daily newspapers, where he developed a weekly Style supplement and a monthly House and Garden magazine supplement. Shaul moved to the United States and joined Johns Hopkins's Office of Design and Publications as a graphic designer in 1986; he became art director of Johns Hopkins Magazine six years later. Over the years he has earned several awards from CASE, and his work has been featured in PRINT magazine and in the UCDA's annual show.
DIANNE MACLEOD is the magazine's business manager. She started her career as a court stenographer at the First Federal Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., during the Watergate appeals. She worked on Capitol Hill as the executive assistant and business manager to four directors of the National Association of Manufacturers. Moving to Maryland, she joined the vice president of marketing on a media research project for the international media/marketing and research firm, Arbitron. In Baltimore, she was the executive assistant to the associate director of curatorial affairs and assistant director of the Walters Art Museum before coming to Hopkins. Having worked for the Division of Communications and Public Affairs for 20 years, Dianne has held different positions, including business manager of the university's now defunct public radio station, WJHU. She now manages day-to-day business within the Government, Community and Public Affairs division, where the Johns Hopkins Magazine resides. She majored in mass communications at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, and business management at Johns Hopkins University.
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