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Selman named to Homeland Security & Defense Business Council Board

John Selman ’92 M.P.A. is currently vice president of national security programs for LMI, a management consulting nonprofit working to improve the business of government headquartered in McLean, Virginia.

March 7, 2020

Nuno joins Apex Systems as a data analyst contractor for Facebook

In this new position, Cristian Nuno ’17 M.P.A. will help develop better analytical protocols through Python and R statistical tools, and by increasing the efficiency of SQL queries. Previously, Nuno worked in education as a data science instructor for the Flatiron School in Seattle. 

March 4, 2020

Pasquale named a director at Allyn Family Foundation

Stephanie Pasquale ’94 B.A. (PSt)/’97 M.P.A. has been appointed as director of neighborhood engagement at the Allyn Family Foundation, a philanthropic organization working to improve the quality of life across Central New York. In this new position, Pasquale will be the Allyn Family Foundation’s liaison with the City of Syracuse, working closely with the Syracuse Housing Authority on large scale affordable housing projects.

February 29, 2020

Stress named Onondaga Community College Foundation executive director

Kathleen Stress ’08 M.A. (PA) has been appointed the executive director of the Onondaga Community College Foundation. In her new position, Stress will oversee the foundation’s programming and outreach, while helping develop plans to attract philanthropic support for Onondaga Community College activities. 

February 27, 2020

Entertainment lawyer and producer Davis wins Grammy Award

Doug Davis ’94 B.A. (PSc) has won a Grammy Award for his role in the making of the Brian Lynch Big Band album, “Omni-American Book Club,” which won in the Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album category.

February 19, 2020

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Nicolelli appointed executive vice president and CFO at EXL

As a member of EXL’s senior executive team, Maurizio Nicolelli ’90 B.A. (PSc) will be responsible for the company’s financial and operational leadership. EXL focuses on helping increase client agility to improve their profitability through outsourcing and offshoring.

February 19, 2020

Schnitzer promoted to president and CEO of CIRI

Susan Schnitzer ’91 B.A. (Econ/PSt) has been named the president and CEO of the Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants (CIRI), a nonprofit that advocates for and supports immigrants, refugees and survivors of human trafficking across Connecticut. In her new role, Schnitzer will help CIRI grow and diversify.

February 18, 2020

Curto’s Peace Corps experience featured in hometown press

Adriana Curto ’16 B.A. (CCE/IR) explains how she’d entered the Peace Corps to improve her Arabic language skills, and to serve an interest in the Arabic Middle East and North Africa she developed as a freshman at Maxwell. 

February 18, 2020

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Alumnus Schwabish writes book on research presentation

Jonathan Schwabish ’02 M.A. (Econ)/’03 Ph.D. (Econ) discusses strategies researchers can use to communicate their work in both traditional and digital media in his new book "Elevate the Debate."

February 14, 2020

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Soljour presented with nationally recognized dissertation award

Kishauna Soljour ’16 M.A. (Hist)/’19 Ph.D. (Hist) has received a distinguished dissertation award from the Council of Graduate Schools/ProQuest. Soljour’s dissertation analyzed the dissonance between French policies of acculturation and the lived and embodied experiences of Afro-French residents since the conclusion of the World War II.

February 11, 2020

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Senlet made partner at law firm Barclay Damon

Ekin Senlet ’08 J.D./M.A. (IR) has been elected a partner of Barclay Damon. She focuses on regulatory issues in the energy industry across New York state.

January 24, 2020

O’Neil named to the Advisory Board of Mission 500

As an advisory board member, Peter O’Neil ’91 B.A. (IR) will help guide Mission 500 and help the charity extend both its message and its ability to fulfill its mission. Founded in 2016, Mission 500 works closely with partners across the security industry in order to encourage corporate social responsibility.

January 24, 2020

Michael Crow awarded NCSE award for science, service, and leadership

Michael Crow ’85 Ph.D. (PA), who was appointed president of Arizona State University in 2002, was recognized for his long-time commitment to increasing environmental sustainability within higher education by the National Council on Science and the Environment (NCSE).

January 22, 2020

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Isquierdo appointed chief human resources officer at Bryan Health

Maria Isquierdo ’90 M.P.A. has been named the chief human resources officer at Bryan Health, a regional nonprofit healthcare system operating throughout Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. In her new role, Isquierdo will lead employee recruitment and retention across the Bryan Health system.

January 22, 2020

Bucci appointed to director position for PC Public Affairs

In this new position, Michael Bucci ’95 M.P.A. is responsible for developing communications strategies serving the organizational interests of his clients.

January 22, 2020

Alumnus joins specialists in international real estate investment

In his new role, Artyom Perevedentsev ’10 M.A. (Econ), will focus on expanding hotel investment opportunities into cross-border and other alternative markets.

January 22, 2020

Noel made chief partnership officer at after-school program provider

Rigaud Noel ’04 B.A. (PSc) has been appointed chief partnership officer by New York Edge, an after-school programming provider working across New York City’s metropolitan region.  In this expanded role, he will serve as part of the organization’s executive leadership team and help guide its efforts to build and grow partnerships, to help increase funding for after-school programming, and to increase private and grant-supported development revenue.

January 14, 2020

Hytinen named executive vice president and CFO at Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain stores and protects billions of assets, ranging from highly sensitive data to cultural and historical artifacts in more than 1,450 facilities around the world. They designated Barry Hytinen ’97 B.A. (PSc) as an executive vice president and the chief financial officer, who brings over two decades of corporate finance experience.

January 14, 2020

Alumni Profile: Lines of Communication

To counteract anti-American reporting, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks' role is “to expand the spectrum of ideas, opinions, and perspectives available in the [region’s] media,” says MBN's senior vice president Nart Bouran ’89 B.A. (IR). 

January 10, 2020

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alumni profile unintended consequences

Serin Houston documents how one city’s pursuit of progressive ideals sometimes delivers contrary outcomes.
January 10, 2020

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