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’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.
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Beau Miller is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Aythos.
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Dr. Julia Puaschunder is a research assistant for The Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA), a research institute within The New School's Economics Department.
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Rebecca Casciano '03 MPA started a business that helps non-profits measure their social impact
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John Rampulla is a Senior Manager with Deloitte Consulting, providing advisory and technology services to government agencies.
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Laura Sullivan is the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery program manager for the state of Rhode Island.
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'84 PhD (Geog)
Colten is a historical geographer, author and professor at Louisiana State University.
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'79 BA (PSt)
Scott Taitel is the Chief Operating Officer of the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership at the Clinton Foundation.
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Elizabeth Cardona is the executive director for multicultural affairs at Bay Path University.
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