Rodney M Hudson ’96 M.A. (PSc)
has joined the law firm Greenberg Traurig as shareholder and litigator in its expanding pharmaceutical, medical device and healthcare litigation and products liability and mass torts litigation practices.
David Angelo Levinthal ’02 B.A. (PPhil)
is now deputy Washington D.C. bureau chief at Business Insider, a financial and business news website. Previously, he held the position of senior Washington correspondent.
Steven Wesley Holden ’07 E.M.P.A.
currently teaches finance, contract and leadership courses to federal employees and co-owns a business, Digital Horizon Services, which helps veterans win government contracts.
Jason Lumia ’96 M.A. (Econ)
is the new chief of staff in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper, D-Nashville.
Jeffrey Towery ’85 M.P.A.
has been selected as president-elect of the International City/County Management Association, which advances professional local government through leadership, management, innovation and ethics.
David Sulek ’88 B.A. (PSc)
is senior vice president at Booz Allen, where he analyzes emerging policy, regulatory, market and technology trends for U.S. government clients. He currently focuses on law enforcement issues. Prior to that, he focused on issues surrounding the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Cynthia Wang ’19 B.A. (IR)
is a lecturer teaching English and social science research methods at the University of Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France.
Julie A Capterton ’92 B.A. (Hist)
has been appointed the head of Wells Fargo Private Bank, a division of Wealth & Investment Management.
Lawrence Miller ’09 Ph.D. (PA)
was named vice president for learning and workforce development at Greenville Technical College in Greenville, S.C.
Kathryn E Martin ’99 M.P.A.
is the chief operating officer of Health Care Cost Institute, located in Washington, D.C.
Charlene Cordero ’17 M.P.A.
was appointed to the position of assistant secretary for public safety for New York State.
Jeorge Cymon ’15
was appointed to the position of deputy communications director for transportation for New York State. Cymon previously served as deputy press secretary in the executive chamber.
Jennifer Schiske Tifft ’06 J.D./M.P.A.
is the City of Syracuse’s new director of strategic initiatives, and was tasked by Mayor Ben Walsh ’05 M.P.A. to lead the implementation of the American Rescue Plan Act.
Robert Dawson ’92 M.P.A.
has been named corporate counsel to the city council of Rockville, Md.
Artemus Ward ’96 M.A. (PSc)/ ’99 Ph.D. (PSc)
is a professor of political science and faculty associate at the College of Law at Northern Illinois University.
Lara Hicks ’20 B.A. (IR)/ ’21 M.P.A.
has accepted a position as executive assistant and assistant United Nations representative for the non-governmental organization Unanima. The New York City-based Unanima advocates for the environment, women, children, migrants and refugees, as well as those who are homeless or displaced.
David John Brigham ’00
and Kate Rudder ’03 M.A. (Anth) moved to Zimbabwe 12 years ago. Since then, Kate has been consulting, volunteering and finishing up an E.M.P.A. at Maxwell. David is currently Chief of Party for Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture. They’ve spent time in Kosovo, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
Rachel Barnhart ’19 E.M.P.A.
represents Rochester, N.Y.’s 21st district in the Monroe County Legislature. In June of 2021 she won the Democratic primary to retain the seat. Barnhart previously worked for 18 years as a broadcast journalist.
Sanjay Pandey ’94 M.S.Sc./ ’95 Ph.D. (SSc)
is professor and Shapiro Chair of Public Policy and Public Administration at the Trachtenberg School at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Rebecca Bostwick ’04 M.P.A.
is the assistant vice president of community impact for NAF (formerly known as the National Academy Foundation), which supports high school students on their academic paths toward higher learning and career preparation.