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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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'05 MPA/'06 MAIR
Rachel Roberts-Pickett is the vice president for Strategic Operations in the real estate development firm Red Leaf Investments, LLC.
'04 BA (IR)
Gary Butterworth produces "Washington Forum," a 30 minute, French-language TV discussion program.
Tennille Smith Parker is the Director of the Disaster Recovery and Special Issues Division for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the nation's primary resource for ensuring safe, decent, and affordable housing.
Shannon Rosenberg is a Women’s Health Project Consultant at Population Services International, a global health organization dedicated to improving the health of people in the developing world.
'12 BA (IR)
Yiwei Wu gives current Maxwell students a look at what it is like to work for an organization with a domestic and international clientele.
’93 PhD (PA)
Dr. Mary Tyszkiewicz is the founder of Heroic Improvisation. The Heroic Improvisation organization puts together workshops in a chaotic situation and gives individuals the felt-sense of moving into action together in a high stakes situation.
Joseph Kaifala is Executive Director of the Jeneba Project.
’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.
Sandeep Silas is the forerunner of an initiative called "Garland of Peace."
Since August 2013, Michael Mitchell ’11 MPA has been a policy analyst with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP).
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