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Nancy Muller
Director and Associate Dean

As the Director of the Lowcountry Graduate Center - a position she has held since 2013 - Nancy Muller is responsible for identifying and facilitating graduate-level programs of study from accredited universities. Nancy is dedicated to enabling career advancement and promoting economic growth in the Lowcountry region. She also serves as the Associate Dean of the School of Professional Studies at the College of Charleston.

Nancy holds an undergraduate degree from Duke University, an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. in health services research from Virginia Commonwealth University. A seasoned executive with 21 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Nancy has demonstrated experience in strategic planning and business development, competitive analysis, public education program development, not for profit organization management, and successful collaborative partnerships. Nancy led a national NGO for over a decade and has served on both domestic and global boards and advisory teams. She currently serves as treasurer of the Worldwide Fistula Fund operative: a women’s health initiative in Africa.
Jannette Finch

Jannette Finch has served as the librarian for the Lowcountry Graduate Center since 2005, assisting both students and faculty with their research needs. Jannette offers library service instruction to onsite classes, and facilitates the use of electronic databases and online reference materials. She also coordinates the LGC interlibrary loan system: receiving books and materials from partnering libraries at the College of Charleston, Citadel, MUSC, USC and Clemson. Janette holds a BA in English from the College of Charleston, and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Sciences from the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include: information design, online learning and teaching, experiential learning, and library service models.

Donna Johnson
Business Manager

Donna Johnson is the Business Manager for both the Lowcountry Graduate Center and the College of Charleston School of Professional Studies, and is responsible for implementing and maintaining business functions.

Donna holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Accounting at Charleston Southern University, and an MBA from Webster University. Prior to joining the LGC, Donna worked with the College of Charleston Controller's Office.
Justin Wooton
IT Manager

Justin Wooton is the IT Manager for the Lowcountry Graduate Center. He is responsible for making sure all of the faculty and classroom equipment is functioning optimally and working with the IT liaisons from other institutions to ensure remote classes go smoothly. He has held several different positions with IT at the College of Charleston, including Helpdesk Technician, PC Replacement Technician, and A/V Support Technician. Justin is near to completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the College of Charleston.

Jonathan Solomon
Administrative Assistant

Jonathan is the Administrative Assistant for Graduate Student Services and works with the Lowcountry Graduate Center to assist in various tasks and projects. He has worked at the LGC since August 2016 as an Office Assistant and student worker while he was attending classes at the College of Charleston. In December 2017, Jonathan secured a full-time job as the administrative assistant working under the Director of the LGC, Dr. Nancy Muller.

Jonathan is a leader and was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout in 2010 by the Boy Scouts of America, has been involved in the College of Charleston’s Student Government Association, as well as participating in two leadership programs while attending the College. He has participated in the Racial Equity Institute to learn how organizations and businesses can more effectively respond to race relations in and out of the workplace.

Jonathan graduated from Stratford High School, located in Goose Creek, SC, and is also earned an Associate in Arts from Trident Technical College. He transferred to the College of Charleston in January of 2015 and is still seeking his Bachelor of Arts in political science with a concentration in politics, philosophy, and law. His goal after his undergrad is to obtain a Masters of Arts in Public Administration and/or Policy and work for a governmental organization.