Please join us in welcoming three new staff members to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers–Camden!

Anita LiAnita Li joins the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as Business Manager.

Anita is a Rutgers–Camden Alumni, holding an MBA, and BS degrees in Finance and Business Management.  Anita has an extensive background in financial management, especially in higher education.  Anita’s most recent role was with Temple University where she led budget and financials for the Office of Human Resources. 

In her role as Business Manager, Anita oversees the budget for the entire unit and the smaller centers and units for which it is responsible. She also oversees processes for personnel, purchasing, and payroll including management of hiring, terminations, reappointments, promotions, and merit increases related to multiple bargaining units. Anita works closely with grants and contract accounting and faculty for adherence to budget and timely submission of reports to the funding agency. 


Isabel StevenIsabel Steven joins as Program Coordinator with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH). Isabel holds a master’s degree in public history from Temple University and Bachelors of the Arts in History from the University of William & Mary.  Isabel’s most recent role was with The Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia, where she developed public programs and managed the museum’s volunteer tour guide force.

In her role as Program Coordinator, Isabel will provide support to Director Jillian Sayre for the work of MARCH, including programming and planning of the many activities of the center.   


Amy HokeAmy Hoke joins Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) as Program Coordinator/Community Arts and Arts Education.

Fine artist and art educator with over 23 years’ experience teaching. Amy obtained her BFA in Painting/Art Education from Tyler School of Art in 2001. Having taught in alternative programs throughout the years including youth adjudication facilities, Amy believes that everyone deserves to have art experiences no matter their station in life. With experience from education and training to marketing and design, Amy brings a broad scope of skills to the RCCA team.

Amy will be orchestrating all facets of RCCA arts education initiatives, serving as a pivotal liaison for RCCA.