Adjunct Faculty

Jenny Andretich
David Asp
Adam Bailey
Raymond Bantum
Christopher Burke
Melanie Burkhart
Olin Calderon
Chris Cantrell
Maria K. Clark
Julia Coates
Hunter Cox
Stephanie Crowder
Anita DeHaan
Christine Dennis
John Eberhart
Daphne Emm-Hooper
Linée Ferguson
Dr. James Floyd
John Friel
Marissa J. Gehley
Christopher M. Grant
Jon Grant
Greg Guedel
Nat Hall
Ben Hancock
Lisa D. Harjo
Kristine Hill
Joe Hobot
Timothy J. Humphrey Sr.
Novella Hunt
Craig Jacobson
Lisa Jaeger
Lars Landrie
Kostan R. Lathouris
Sarah Lawson
Matthew Lesky
Ryan Luetkemeyer, CPA
Evelina Maho
Brian Mathers
Sean McCabe
Mekko Miller
Wes Miller
Larry Monshor
Javier Moreno
Margaret Nelson
Stephen D. Osborne
Patina Park
Brian Pearson
Pam Peters
Terry Rainey
Cordell Ringel
Harold Rivkin
Jessie Ryker-Crawford
Eduardo Sanchez
Vivian Santistevan
Tim Seward
Paul Shagen
Anita Shah DeHaan
James Sharpe
Jon Shellenberger
Mark Siadal
Christopher T. Stearns
Jessica Stewart
Gina St. George
Geoff Strommer
Amy Sutherland
Anne Thundercloud
Kurt Tucker
Staci Warne
Colleen C. Whitehead
Jim Williams
Kristi Williams
Michael Willis
Nicole Willis
Dawn Winalski
Stephanie Zehren

Jenny Andretich

Jenny Andretich is an instructor for the Falmouth Institute who joined our team in May, 2010. Ms. Andretich comes to us with 9 years of experience in the food service industry. She has worked for two of the nation’s top food service companies. She is currently the food service director at the corporate headquarters of the American Dental Association in Chicago, IL. Prior to managing the cafe and conference center at the ADA, Ms. Andretich was the retail manager at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL and the Food Service Director at Governor’s State University in University Park, IL. Her areas of expertise include human resources, food service, and asset management. She also holds a B.A. in History and Business Administration from Illinois Wesleyan University.

David Asp

David Asp is a Partner at Lockridge Grindal Nauen, P.L.L.P. Attorneys at Law, where he has successfully represented clients in litigation across the country. Mr. Asp’s practice focuses primarily on health care law, including compliance with state and federal regulations governing billing, marketing, and privacy issues. He has a special interest in helping tribes address the opioid crisis in Indian Country and has worked with tribes on issues related to treatment, education, and law enforcement, as well as litigation relating to the opioid crisis. Mr. Asp also has significant experience representing clients in employment litigation, including defense of claims related to employee benefits or in defense of claims for retaliation or discrimination. He has assisted tribes in conducting employment investigations and in developing employment policies. Mr. Asp is a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians.

Adam Bailey

Adam Bailey, an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, joined the law firm Hobbs Straus as an associate in February 2013. He is a 2011 graduate of the UCLA School of Law, where he received his J.D. with a specialization in Critical Race Studies. During law school, Mr. Bailey was an active member and officer of NALSA. He worked on UCLA’s Journal of Environmental Law and Policy and the Dukeminier Awards Journal on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and the Law. Mr. Bailey was a term-time clerk for the Hualapai Court of Appeals and the Hopi Tribal Appeals Court. He was also a member of the UCLA Law Review, where he was selected to be a Senior Editor. He authored his student note entitled Threading the Needle: The Fort Peck Tribe’s Associate Membership: A Modern Model for Tribal Affiliation.
Mr. Bailey has returned to Hobbs Straus, having worked for four years in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a legislative specialist before enrolling in law school. Prior to his previous work at the firm he served as a legislative associate for the National Congress of American Indians. Immediately after graduation from the UCLA School of Law, Mr. Bailey practiced labor and employment law for Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton.
Mr. Bailey graduated with honors from Harvard University. His thesis exploring President Clinton’s executive order on tribal consultation received magna cum laude.
Mr. Bailey enjoys fishing and hunting, hiking, cooking, traveling, keeping current on news and politics.