Loyola University Maryland

The Career Center

Our Team

Jim Dickinson  

Jim Dickinson

Assistant Vice President for Career Services
PhD, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Clemson University
MS, Applied Psychology, Clemson University
BA, Psychology (Writing minor), Loyola University Maryland

Eileen Hiebler

Eileen Simonson Hiebler

Director, Career Connections 
BA, English, Loyola University Maryland


Olivia Zug

Associate Director, Career Connections
BA, Government and Politics, University of Maryland

 Michelle Jorgenson

Michelle Jorgensen 

Assistant Director, Career Connections
MBA, Management, Loyola University Maryland
BS, Business Administration, University of Mary Washington-Fredericksburg

 Penelope Burlage Flury

Penelope Burlage Flury

Events & Marketing Specialist
BA, English/Drama, Loyola University Maryland


Elaine Edelstein

Office Manager

Loyola Career Ambassadors

A select group of Loyola students trained in best practices for early career development, providing initial resume reviews, presentations, and other intake services for fellow students.


Abena Ansah 2024 Biopsychology (Marketing)
Bailey Barnes 2022 Psychology/Forensic Studies
Heidi Chow 2023 Communication (Marketing)
Annamaria Fazio 2023 Psychology (Spanish)
Emma Grayson 2023 Accounting (Writing)
Layla Horeff 2022 Business Administration ( Environmental & Sustainability Studies)
Alexa Junikiewicz 2024 Business Administration
Julia Koller 2023 Communication
Braya Markley 2023 Psychology
Tobi Olaniyi 2023 Political Science/Psychology
Juliet Watstein 2024 Communication
Ryan Williams 2023 Business Administration (Spanish/Communication)
Moises Zelaya 2023 Accounting/Business Administration

Learn more about the position and application process here.

Creative Assistants

Loyola students who support our marketing efforts by managing our social media presence, and creating digital and print material.


Julia Koller 2023 Communication
Natalie Labib 2022 Communication (Studio Arts)

Nora Benedict

Nora Benedict

Nora credits her Loyola education with affording her critical thinking skills and relationships with faculty, both of which inspired a career in academia

English, Spanish