Executive Vice Chancellor Office Directory


Kathy Johnson

Executive Vice Chancellor, Chief Academic Officer



INAD 5002P

Ipsa scientia potestas est

Turned backyard into an urban farm with chickens, vegetables, and a beehive - loves weeding on weekends.

Commutes to work most days by bike to save gas, reduce carbon emissions, preserve mental health, eat more desserts, and save parking spaces for others.

Loves to read and knit at the same time.

Favorite place on the planet: snorkling in Virgin Gorda.


Margie Ferguson

Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs



INAD 5002M

Degree development always needed.

Live theatre

Enjoys hiking with her son

Born in Mississippi


Gina S. Gibau

Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion



INAD 5002K

Do what you love, love what you do

Avid recycler

Played viola for a year

Loves jazz

Engaged in amateur competitive roller skating as a child


Gail Williamson

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs



INAD 5002J

Live and learn.

I enjoy hiking in our National Parks.  I have visited Zion, Bryce Canyon, Crater Lake, Mount Ranier, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Yosemite, Sequoia, Redwood, Olympic and several more. My top favorite is Glacier.  My goal is to visit every National Park during my lifetime. 

I like to read in my spare time - when I have any!  I am a James Patterson fan and have read nearly everybook he has written - I am especially fond of the Murder Club and Private series.  I also like the Jefferson Bass Body Farm novels that are based on forensic anthropology. In addition, I enjoy live theatre and regularly attend the IRT.  My favorite past production was Shirley Valentine played by the revered Priscilla Lindsey.

Cats are my preferred kind of pet.  Until the last few years, I had two cats - Pingo (black and white tuxedo) and QT (maine coon/tabby) that lived for almost 20 years.  Their personalities were more dog-like - they sat and begged on command and played fetch.


Karen Lee

Director of Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives



INAD 5002N

The multi-tasker

By day, I'm a professional trying hard to do a good job to promote IUPUI. By night, I'm a student in the master's program for Organizational Leadership and Supervision. I daydream about living in a beach house in Daytona with my husband. I have three children, five grandchildren, one dog, and two cats. I love to garden (flowers), and I'm an audiobook junkie. In my spare time (what's that?), I crochet. I'm a Christian which defines who I am.

Don't touch the corner piece of cake -- all of them are MINE! 

I'm on Level 833 of Candy Crush.

My lifelong (non-realistic) dream has been to visit the Great Pyramids and put my hand on a block of stone, which suddenly moves opening up an undiscovered tomb.

I like technology gadgets. An iPad Pro would be a great Christmas present. It has a really cool pencil.

I can tell you what happens in all of the Brady Bunch episodes.

I keep a list of every book I read every year. Favorite authors: Stephen King, Stuart Woods, Janet Evanovich, Lillian Jackson Braun

Tina Baich

Director of Faculty Mentoring



INAD 5002

Indiana native

Loves to travel


Keep at it and you will succeed


Anything computer related, from the basic word processor to full office networked integration and security.

Fun stuff:

I have also lived in Minnesota and Michigan

Own a dachshund - very lively and full of excitement

Met Jay Leno at a McDonalds in Las Vegas


Angela Bryant

Administrative Support Specialist



INAD 5002B

All you need is love. - John Lennon and Paul McCartney

My husband and I are “owned” by two miniature Schnauzers; Hollie and Bella.  We are passionate about animal rescue, especially dogs.  I adopted my first schnauzer “Jasper” from the Humane Society of Indianapolis in 1999 and that was the beginning of my love affair with the breed.  Schnauzers are like potato chips, you can’t have just one!  I volunteer for an Indianapolis based schnauzer rescue group and have adopted my last four dogs from the group. 

I have two daughters and Randy has two sons.  We blended our families in 2009 and between us we have nine grandchildren that are our pride and joy.

We enjoy gardening, landscaping, any occasion to dig in the dirt!  I love music, traveling and antiquing.  My favorite “non-contact” sport is shopping.  You may not think of shopping as a sport, but it is the way I do it!


EVC Staff Connector


Reading religious historical fiction

Been on four of seven continents


If you're always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be. –Maya Angelou

After 9 adventurous years in Seattle, I’ve returned to Indianapolis to be closer to family. I received my M.P.A. in Nonprofit Management from Indiana University-Bloomington, and simultaneously worked as a graduate assistant academic advisor at IUPUI’s University College. When not at work, you can find me checking out the latest and greatest restaurants; volunteering at local beer festivals; enjoying concerts and theatre performances; cheering on the Indianapolis Indians and Indiana Fever; taking road trips and traveling; and spending time with my family (especially my beautiful nephew).



The best is yet to come

I one day want to become a high school teacher. I have always enjoyed watching people grow and learn and just wanted to turn that into a career! 

I’m still totally in love with IUPUI. All of my friends, classes, and work are here on campus. I’m a part of a really amazing sorority on campus called ASA and also a part of a bible study here. I will always show love to my fellow jags. 

I am a self-taught knitter. Last year I decided to teach myself how to knit, lots of YouTube tutorials, and within a month or two turned out like at least 10 scarves. I could only do scarves and I don’t know if I can still knit, because I don’t remember how to start or finish it, but there for a while I was pretty amazing.