Patrick Farley earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland and a Communications degree from Washington Adventist University. He also holds a M.S. in Finance from the University of Baltimore.
Farley has been in this position since July, 2004. From 2002 to 2004, he served as controller at WAU. Prior to joining WAU, Farley worked in the communication and government contracting industry as controller, senior accountant and staff accountant.
Baraka Muganda holds a doctorate in education, and an M.A. in religion from Andrews University.. He earned his B.A. in theology from Solusi University, Zimbabwe. Prior to joining Washington Adventist University, Muganda served as president of the Tanzania Adventist College in 1984 and as the World Youth Director of the Seventh-day Adventist church from June 1995 to June 2010. Both positions offered a wealth of multicultural and multinational experience.
Muganda also lectures on youth ministry leadership at the Adventist University of Africa and is an advisor in the doctoral program at the Andrews Seminary in Michigan.
William Jackson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia Union College and his teacher certification from Atlantic Union College. He began his teaching career at what was Toronto Junior Academy in Canada in 1974. He joined Highland View Academy in 1978 and served, first as the religion history teacher and later as vice-principal until 1994 when he went to work for the Brook Grove Foundation as director of Development and Facilities. In 1996, he joined Columbia Union College as the director of Marketing for the Adult Evening Program. When the AEP became the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, he assumed the role as director of Enrollment Services. He held that position until September of 2009 when he was named vice president for Marketing and Recruiting for the University.
Jean Warden earned her bachelor of arts degree from the University of LaVerne, LaVerne California and a master of arts from California State Polytechnic. She began her tenure as Vice President for Student Life in July, 2002. Prior to joining WAU, Warden served as minority recruitment director, and director of diversity at Southern California University of Health Sciences and executive director, Los Angeles Opportunities Industrialization Center, in addition. She also served as adjunct faculty at American River College. Her experience in higher education spans more than 20 years.
Janette Neufville is the Associate Vice President of Institutional Research and Effectiveness. For twenty-five years prior to joining WAU, she served as an analyst, business consultant and program manager at various Fortune 500 companies, including Nasdaq, Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), EDS (now Hewlett Packard), and Sprint Nextel. Neufville earned a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. Neufville is responsible for institutional research; institutional effectiveness; and support of assessment, accreditation, and planning.
Greg Ingram is the Associate Vice President of Information Technology Systems at Washington Adventist University. He is responsible for the University's IT systems including strategic planning, management, business applications, network Infrastructure, help desk and academic technology resources.
Greg is a double alumni of Washington Adventist University. He completed his MBA in 2008 and a Bachelor of Science, Computer Science in 1995.
Rythee Jones earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Hood College and her master of General Administration from University of Maryland University College. She joined WAU September 2011 and assumed her current role in August 2012. Jones has 25 years of human resources experience, including seven years at the executive level. Her background includes assignments in talent development, employee relations, organizational development, compensation, and human resource information systems. She also has served as an executive coach to leaders in higher education, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.