Coordinator and Advisor
A.B., Clark University; M.A. Northeastern University; Ph.D., Tufts University
Dr. Jarnis teaches a variety of Public Administration courses. He is also the coordinator of the Master's in Health Care Administration and the Chair of the Undergraduate Government Department.
Mr. Kevin Malley
B.A., Clark University; M.A., Northeastern University
Kevin Malley is a business consultant focused on helping organizations manage risk and change to deliver high quality service while using resources efficiently. Kevin instructed programs in Health Care and Public Administration from 1979 through 1991 as a member of the Associate Graduate Faculty at Framingham State College. He returned to FSU this year as a Visiting Instructor, bringing to students at FSU the benefits of his public and private sector experience and a career of continuous learning.
From 1990 through 2009, Kevin was a consultant in the Advisory practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the last 15 years as a partner. In this role, Kevin led multi-disciplinary, multi-national teams assisting organizations manage large scale change initiatives, including post-deal integration; risk management; internal control; compliance management; IT strategy, management and control; finance process transformation; project demand and portfolio management; and project management and quality assurance. His clients span a diverse range of service and product organizations, for-profit, not-for-profit and public. Prior to joining PwC in 1990, Kevin served in a number of roles in Health and Human Services and Administration & Finance for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including responsibilities as Assistant State Budget Director and Director of the Management Bureau, an internal consulting organization, from 1982 through 1989. In this role, he led performance improvement efforts to streamline and automate annual budget processes; improve transparency in reporting of prospective financial information; develop a financial planning and analysis decision support function; create a state econometric revenue forecasting model; and rationalize and automate direct and indirect cost recovery processes.
Mr. Mark Inman
Visiting Senior Instructor
B.S., Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Mark Inman teaches Risk Management and Fiscal Analysis as well as a variety of courses for the MBA Program.
Mr. Martin Kennedy
Visiting Senior Instructor
B.A., MEd., Boston College; M.B.A., Northeastern University
Martin Kennedy has been teaching courses in Management since the mid 1980's with a short break here and there. He has a Master's Degree in Education from Boston College and an MBA from Northeastern University. He has taught in the MPA and the MHA programs for many years and focuses on Leadership as well as Personnel Administration. He teaches with a combination of styles but with a heavy focus on practical application of material learned. He is currently employed by the City of Somerville as a Special Education Supervisor. His forty year career has wound its way around public and private schools and organizations. He has two adult children and has been married to Ellen Lang for thirty four years. Martin's pastimes include being an amateur builder on his land in New Hampshire.