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Jayme Brown, a '09 MPA grad, shares her experience working for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Scott Rayder is Senior Advisor to the President at University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and Vice-President of UCAR Foundation in Boulder, Colorado.
Beau Miller is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Aythos.
Choi, a 2002 MPA graduate, is the director of programs for The Eisner Foundation.
Amy Chan coordinates and manages San José's Green Vision strategy to preserve the environment and improve quality of life.
Lisa Gordon is president and CEO of Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, which builds 45-50 homes annually while educating and helping families find a path to home ownership. Gordon is the former vice president and chief operating officer of Atlanta Beltline, Inc.
'79 BA (PSt)
Scott Taitel is the Chief Operating Officer of the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership at the Clinton Foundation.
’82 MSSc / ’95 PhD (SSc)
Alexander returned from Afghanistan last year after serving nine years as a senior policy advisor for the Department of State.
'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.
’12 MPA/IR, ’13 MA (Econ)
Selina Carter is an economic consultant for strategic planning and development effectiveness at the Inter-American Development Bank.
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