GERMAN PACIFIC SCHOOL SAN DIEGO

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School Committees

The following is a list of the school committees and the members that serve on them.

Finance Committee (Budget/Financial Overview)
Paul Williamson
Wiebke Elbe
Community Outreach Committee
Angela Miller
Karin Boye


William S. Howe, III, Ph.D.

Dr. Howe has been an educator across his career. His focus has been leadership education, research, and practice. He was one of the founding faculty members of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies and later served in leadership development programs at the University of San Diego, National University, and UCSD. More recently, he has served as Dean of Academic Affairs or Dean of Graduate Programs at universities in California and Florida. Earlier in his career, Dr. Howe served as a faculty member at private secondary schools in Switzerland, North Carolina, and California.

Dr. Howe received his Ph.D. in Educational Administration at Stanford University and an Ed.M. from Harvard University. He has published and presented widely on leadership and leadership education.


Isgard Hueck

Born and raised in Germany, Isgard Hueck studied Biology at the Westfälische Wilhelms University of Münster, and received her license as Cyto-Pathologist in Cologne, Germany, in 1987. After years of clinical work experiences in hematology and cancer diagnosis, Isgard Hueck received a Master of Science degree in Bio-Medical Eng. in 1998 from the University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Germany, in conjunction with the University California, San Diego (UCSD). Isgard Hueck continued to conduct research at UCSD. Her main interests are cellular cancer diagnosis and cancer stem cell research. She has published in scientific journals like Microcirculation and American Journal of Physiology. Isgard contributed chapters to the Springer Verlag Books 'Applications in Stem Cell Engineering' and 'Biological, Physical, and Technical Basics of Cell Engineering.' Besides science, Isgard is the connection for student and language exchange between San Diego Institutions and Germany. In 2012, Isgard was recruited as the Program Accreditation Specialist for the Department of Bioengineering, UCSD, leading accreditation of 3 Engineering programs via the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and WASC. Recently, Isgard Hueck founded the Office of Industrial Relations (IRO) to provide students better opportunities to build close industry connections within their academic program. Isgard Hueck pursues a PhD degree in Educational Evaluation and Assessment to better serve the needs of student learning in engineering and language exchanges. Living in a bilingual household with 2 children of her own, Isgard is passionate about improving German language schools.


Roxanne Govari