Chair: Rosalyn M. King, Northern Virginia Community College
| Vice Chair: Heather R. Parker, Saint Leo University-Fl
| Secretary: Sushma Shukla,Virginia International University
| Director: Mary Catie Snider, Potomac College-WV
| Director: Katrina Spigner, Columbia College-SC
| Director: Jia Yu, Christopher Newport University-VA
| Liaison: Irene J. Dabrowski, St. John's University-NY
| Liaison: Satarupa Das, Montgomery College-MD
| Liaison: Philip C. Dolce, Bergen Community College-NJ
| Liaison: Michael H. Parsons, Morgan State University
| Liaison: Carolyn Pevey, Germanna Community College--VA
| Liaison: Babita Srivastava, William Paterson, University-NJ
| Liaison: R. Lee Viar IV, Colorado Technical & Morgan State University
| Emeritus: Frank J. Cavaioli, Professor Emeritus, Farmingdale State, SUNY-NY
| Emeritus: Gene Grabiner, Erie Community College-New York
| Emeritus: Gerard Morin, Northern Essex Community College-Mass.
| Emeritus: George Skau, Professor Emeritus, Bergen Community College-NJ
| Emeritus: Elizabeth Wilcoxson, Northern Essex Community College-Mass.
| Emeritus: Paul Zigo, Director, World War II Era Studies Institute-New Jersey
Liaison: Satarupa Das, Montgomery College-MD
Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus, 7600 Takoma Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Professor of Economics
Satarupa (Rupa) Das, Ph.D., is a Professor of Economics at Montgomery College, Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus in Maryland. She also is Phi Theta Kappa Advisor for Takoma Park/Silver Spring campuses. At Montgomery College, she offers traditional and online classes for Introductory Macro and Microeconomics courses as well as honors module for those courses.
Dr. Das has taught various courses of Economics including courses at graduate and undergraduate level. Her teaching experience includes teaching at various institutions such as India University Bloomington, Western Carolina University, Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) and Strayer University. Courses taught include introductory Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Trade and Managerial Economics. She has ten years of online teaching experience.
Dr. Das is a dedicated teacher. She has received the 2011 Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship from Paul Peck Humanities Institute. Her teaching related writings have been published in the Online Classroom and Teaching Professor newsletter.
Dr. Das has obtained her Masters in Economics from the prestigious Delhi School of Economics in Delhi, India. She has a Ph.D. in Economics from Indiana University, Bloomington.