Heather Spurrier Culp
My Washington College education taught me how to communicate effectively, to seize opportunities, and to be a problem solver.
How has your liberal arts education influenced you? How do you apply your LAE in your current career?
My liberal arts education helps me think more broadly and analytically. I explore problems from all angles, recognizing the whole picture. My Washington College education taught me how to communicate effectively, to seize opportunities, and to be a problem solver.
Who was your favorite faculty member? Story?
What is your favorite Washington College memory?
I have so many wonderful memories of my time at Washington College. One of my favorite memories was in the winter of my senior year when it snowed. I remember building snowmen (and snowwomen), dressing them up in clothes from our various closets!
University of Maryland Carey School of Law, JD
Heather Culp is Chair of the Alumni Board.
Heather Culp ’00 graduated from Washington College in 2000 with a B.A. in English. As a student she was a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and played softball. Upon graduation, Ms. Culp earned a J.D. from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Ms. Culp currently works at Johns Hopkins Medicine where she is the Senior Director of Development in the Department of Neurology and Brain Sciences.
Prior to joining the development staff at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ms. Culp worked in development at Maryland Carey Law for seven years. She began her development career as the Associate Director of Development for Major and Planned Gifts at Washington College. During her years in private practice, Ms. Culp was an attorney at a law firm based in Rockville, MD. Her practice focused on commercial litigation and estate planning and administration.
Ms. Culp is a Trustee of Mercy High School in Baltimore, and is a member of the board of the Chesapeake Planned Giving Council.