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Aaron Blaakman is an international health economist consultant. As an international health economist consultant he works for various organizations that support developing countries on issues related to health economics/financing and health systems development.
Jeff Eckel is the CEO of Hannon Armstrong, and earned his MPA from the Maxwell School in 1982.
Pat Fiorenza is a Research Analyst at GovLoop.
Tennille Smith Parker is the Director of the Disaster Recovery and Special Issues Division for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the nation's primary resource for ensuring safe, decent, and affordable housing.
’12 MPA/IR, ’13 MA (Econ)
Selina Carter is a Research Analyst for Jameel Poverty Action Lab, a research institution that connects a global network of experts who use randomized evaluations to answer critical policy questions in the fight against poverty
Misamore is the Coordinator for Marketing and Program Development at the Milken Institute.
Chance Briggs currently serves as national director for World Vision International's operations in Mali.
As an economist with the Women’s Bureau at the Department of Labor, Vaca analyzes labor force statistics related to women.
Camillo, a Fullbright Fellow, is completing a case study on how Saskatchewan, the province from which the Canadian health care system emerged, is organized to monitor the health of its population.
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