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Roman Yavich is currently a graduate student pursing a Masters of Science in Environmental Science at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
'11 MA (Econ)/ '11 MPA
Chas Alamo lives in Acobamba, Junín, Perú, where he serves as a
United States Peace Corps member. Alamo joined the Peace Corps to be a community economic development volunteer in the high Peruvian
Jeff Eckel is the CEO of Hannon Armstrong, and earned his MPA from the Maxwell School in 1982.
Amy Chan coordinates and manages San José's Green Vision strategy to preserve the environment and improve quality of life.
Lora Cover ’02 MPA is a chief talent officer for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD).
Lewis is city manager for Pismo Beach, California, a coastal municipality
serving 7,800 residents and hundreds of thousands of tourists.
Elizabeth Fomegne is a program analyst for the Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA's) Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) in the Office of Policy and Coordination.
’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.
As an economist with the Women’s Bureau at the Department of Labor, Vaca analyzes labor force statistics related to women.
Greenbon is the executive director of OneVillage, an international NGO working in Sierra Leone.
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