Stacie Collier ’93 B.A. (PSt)
was appointed chief talent officer at the global law firm Nixon Peabody. In addition to practicing law, she over- sees the firm’s recruiting; retention; training; well-being; and diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. She also serves on the advisory committee to Temple University’s Fox Business School’s Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture.
Zachery Le Cuyer ’17 B.A. (IR/PSc)/ ’19 M.A. (IR)
joined the federal civil service as a NATO program manager for the Department of Defense, supporting the secretary of the Air Force’s Office of Information Dominance at the Pentagon.
Curtis Eatman ’09 B.A. (PSc)/ ’11 M.P.A.
was appointed acting finance director of Hamden, Conn., by Mayor Lauren Garrett.
Michael Nitzky ’98 B.A. (PSc)
was appointed to Mercury as managing director of its New York office. Mercury is a global, bipartisan public strategy firm located in all 50 states.
Julia Kay Dunlea ’10 B.A. (IR)
has begun a new position in product marketing for Amazon Web Services.
Lauren (Hill) Rose ’14 M.P.A.
was promoted to assistant city manager for the city of Sachse, Texas.
Richard Ramacier ’89 M.P.A.
retired on Jan. 1, 2022, after 25 years of service to County Connection, a public transit agency based in Danville San Ramon, Calif.
Charlie Bush ’98 M.P.A.
has been appointed city administrator of the city of Sedro-Woolley, Wash. Previously, he served as the city manager of Sequim, Wash.
Satoshi Sugiyama ’18 B.A. (IR)
started a new job as an automobile and mobility technology correspondent for Reuters in Tokyo in January 2022.
Alissa Italiano ’12 B.A. (PSt)
was appointed to the Manlius Town Board in Manlius, N.Y. She previously worked as a risk manager and management analyst for the Syracuse Housing Authority.
Clo Ewing ’00 B.A. (PSc)
has written a children’s book, “Stella Keeps the Sun Up” (Simon & Schuster, 2022). The book follows a young girl named Stella who schemes to keep the sun up all day so that she does not have to go to bed. Ewing has worked as a television producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show and as a journalist for CBS News. She currently works as vice president of strategic communications for The Chicago Community Trust.
Tobi Dare ’18 B.A. (IR)
began working with Chemonics International in September 2021 as a senior associate, project management and is working in the Global Health Division on a project which aims to achieve universal healthcare in Bangladesh by 2032.
Brandy Oakley ’05 B.A. (PSt)
was elected as state representative for the 12th Suffolk district in Massachusetts and was sworn in on Jan. 6, 2021. Prior to her appointment, Oakley earned an M.A. in education at Johns Hopkins University and attended law school at Emory University. Oakley became a public defender with the Committee for Public Counsel Services in the Boston Municipal and Chelsea District courts.
Barbara Vorhees ’70 M.A. (Hist)
has received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine from North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper. The award is the highest civilian honor in N.C.