Vice President, Support Services
A 15-year veteran of Johns Hopkins Bayview, Cheryl Koch has served in various clinical and administrative areas throughout her tenure, including oversight of the food service, nutrition and service excellence programs. She also led dietetics education initiatives within the Hopkins system, such as development of the first accredited internship program for dietitians on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. Additionally, she fostered a partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to create the first seamless graduate degree demonstration program for dietetics education in the country.
Koch also has held various hospital leadership roles, including chairing the Medical Center’s rewards and recognition committee, United Way Leadership Campaign, patient care practice committee and, most recently, co-chairing the capital budget committee.
As vice president of support services at Johns Hopkins Bayview, Koch oversees support areas, such as facilities and environmental services, and serves as the capital budget administrator for the Medical Center.
Minnesota State University, BS (dietetics)
Towson University, MHS