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Along with your fellow alumni, Maxwell graduates weave a tight web of professionals engaged in improving our world, striving for excellence and making a difference wherever they are.
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Choi, a 2002 MPA graduate, is the director of programs for The Eisner Foundation.
Jayme Brown, a '09 MPA grad, shares her experience working for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
'11 BA (IR/PSt)
Katie Lewinski shares with Maxwell what it is like to work for a major corporation such as Google.
Alia Nankoe is the gender-based violence capacity development coordinator for the United Nations Population Fund's Humanitarian Response Branch.
'11 BA (PSc/IR)
Alejandro Laplana is founder and managing partner of Nesting Partners LLC, a patent incubator and software company builder.
'03 JD/MA (PSc)
Jeremy Johnson served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nong Khai, Thailand after working as an attorney in Phoenix, AZ.
Corey Jannicelli is the program manager of Volunteer Engagement for The Association of Small Foundations, a membership organization for donors, trustees, employees and consultants of foundations that have few or no staff.
Nancy Andrade reflects on her Maxwell education, gives advice to MPA students.
Ian Edelstein is a public affairs officer for the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Joseph Kaifala is Executive Director of the Jeneba Project.
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