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Shannon Rosenberg is a Women’s Health Project Consultant at Population Services International, a global health organization dedicated to improving the health of people in the developing world.
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.
Roman Yavich is currently a graduate student pursing a Masters of Science in Environmental Science at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
Natalie Leary '12 MPA, the Director of Community Partnerships and Outreach of the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development, gives an inside look into her current position.
'02 PhD (PA)
Kittredge is the president of Cervelet Consulting in Bangkok, Thailand, an organization that conducts program evaluations and design, and performance assessments for public and private sector, including social businesses in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
'09 BA (PSt/IR)
Clare Rutz, '09 BA (PSt/IR) is the Director of Development for the Americana Community Center in Louisville, Ky., which provides educational resources, mental health counseling, and other holistic programming to refugees and immigrants in the metro Louisville area.
Michael Scherger ’07 MPA is director of policy and planning for the State Department's Bureau of Diplomatic Security, providing secure environments for the conduct of American foreign policy.
'12 Public Diplomacy
Michael Lewan is currently the director of government relations of the Recording Academy. He received a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from University of Miami in Florida in 2009. In 2012 he earned a Master’s in Public Diplomacy, including an MS in Public Relations from the Newhouse School and an MAIR from the Maxwell School.
Elizabeth Fomegne is a policy team lead at Health Resources and Services Administration.
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