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'95 BA (Soc)/ '95 BA (Psy)
Jason Maddock is the Dean of the School of Public Health at Texas A&M University, the oldest university in the state of Texas.
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'64 BA (Geo)
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Jana Morgan is the national coordinator for Publish What you Pay U.S, an organization that advocates for revenue transparency in the oil, gas, and mining sector.
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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.
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'02 BA (PPhil)
Dave Levinthal, '02 BA (PPhil) shares how his undergraduate studies in Maxwell prepared him for his career as a senior reporter for an investigative news organization.
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Nicole Collier is the Director of Government Relations for Nestlé, the world's largest food company.
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’01 MA PA
In July, Dorji Choden ’01 MA PA was appointed by His Majesty the King of Bhutan as Bhutan's first woman minister and the minister for Works and Human Settlement.
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Scott Taylor is a Lieutenant Colonel with the United States Army and a Strategic Intelligence Officer.
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Scott Rayder is Senior Advisor to the President at University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and Vice-President of UCAR Foundation in Boulder, Colorado.
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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.
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