Executive Development Staff

Meet the Executive Development Programs Staff

Questions about our programs? Interested in a custom program for your organization? Contact us at execdev@gmu.edu or call (703) 993-8275. 

  • George Mason University School of Business Faculty Placeholder Image

    Assistant Director of Operations, Executive Development

    Barbara Agan is the Assistant Director of Operations for Executive Development in the School of Business at George Mason University. She is responsible for the oversight, execution, coordination, implementation, and monitoring of open-enrollment and custom executive development programs. 
  • George Mason University School of Business Staff Rhonda Barton

    Director, Business Development, Executive Development
     

    Rhonda Barton is the Director of Business Development in the School of Business at George Mason University.  She joined George Mason's Executive Development group in May of 2020 and brings a wealth of executive education experience to the team.
  • George Mason University School of Business Staff Aubrey Byrum

    Program Coordinator, Executive Development

    Aubrey Byrum is the Program Coordinator for Executive Development in the School of Business at George Mason University.
  • George Mason University School of Business Staff Whitney Caldwell

    Assistant Director of Learning, Executive Development

    Whitney Caldwell is an Assistant Director of Learning for Executive Development in the School of Business at George Mason University.
  • George Mason University School of Business Faculty Brett Josephson

    Associate Dean for Executive Development
    Additional Roles: Associate Professor, Marketing

    Brett Josephson is the associate dean for Executive Development and an associate professor within the marketing area in the School of Business at George Mason University.
  • George Mason University School of Business Staff Ashley King

    Marketing Specialist, Executive Development

    Ashley King is the Marketing Specialist for Executive Development in the School of Business at George Mason University.