Meet the MEM Leadership Team

Prof. Luis Morales, Executive Director of the MEM Program, leads the program in its strategic planning and operations. Prof. Morales works in partnership with other programs inside and beyond the Pratt School of Engineering to foster collaborations and drive educational innovation for the program. Additionally, Prof. Morales teaches EGRMGMT 575: Software Quality Management, EGRMGMT 579: Using Real-Time Data to Improve Customer Quality Experience, and AIPI 503: Python Bootcamp. His previous work experience leading teams at Cisco brings industry perspective and expertise to his role of shaping and steering the MEM Program.

Dr. La Tondra Murray, Director of Online and Distance Education, leads the development and implementation of strategic, innovative online education initiatives for the Pratt School of Engineering in collaboration with faculty, staff and external partners. Dr. Murray also manages the established MEM Online degree program, providing administrative guidance and curricular oversight. She teaches EGRMGMT 504, 505, and 506, the MEM Online residency courses, as well as EGRMGMT 540: Management in High-Tech Industries.

Prof. Dina Requena, Executive in Residence for the MEM Program, brings industry expertise to the MEM Leadership Team. Her experience in high-tech management with IQVIA, Lenovo, Toshiba, IBM, and her own startup have given her insights that she now brings to the classroom. She teaches EGRMGMT 560: Project Management, EGRMGMT 590.xx: Managing Product Development, EGRMGMT 590.xx: Software Quality Management, EGRMGMT 590.xx: Software Business Management, and EGRMGMT 590.xx: Software Management Fundamentals.

Rachel Flores Mwombela, Assistant Director of Student Services, provides support to enhance the overall student experience. She plays a key role in engaging students with health and wellness programs, academic and personal resources, and support to the MEM student organizations.

Allyson Jones, Academic Coordinator for the MEM Program, serves as a liaison to MEM Campus students and faculty for issues regarding class scheduling, registration, course evaluations, and general programming support.

 

Maegan Hoss, Academic Coordinator for the MEM Online Program and AIPI MEng program, serves as a liaison to MEM Online students and faculty for issues regarding class scheduling, registration, course evaluations, and general programming support. She also supports logistics planning and operations for the three annual MEM Online residencies.

In addition to your MEM Leadership, you also have access to the broader resources of Pratt Engineering Masters program staff.

Resource site for Duke MEM students