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  • Levinthal to serve as senior D.C. correspondent for Business Insider

    Dave Levinthal '02 BA (PPhil) has joined Business Insider as senior Washington correspondent. Business Insider is a popular and long-established news website, focused on financial and business news. Levinthal previously spent seven and a half years at the Center for Public Integrity, as an editor and senior reporter focused largely on federal politics.

    6/25/2020

     

    Bell joins Rivian as director of regulatory affairs

    Nancy E. Bell ’94 JD/IR/’96 PhD (PSc) has been named director of regulatory affairs and associate general counsel for the vehicle manufacturer Rivian. Rivian is an American automaker and technology company that produces emissions-free electric adventure vehicles.

    6/20/2020

     

    Long-time World Bank staffer Valerio will work with Dominican Republic

    Alexandria Valerio ’93 MPA, a consultant and specialist with the World Bank for more than 27 years, has been selected to serve as the bank’s resident representative for the Dominican Republic, beginning July 1.

    6/17/2020

     

    Khawaja book focuses on vision of one global humanity

    In his recent book, One Humanity and the Remaking of Global Peace, Security and Conflict Resolution (Lambert Academic Publishing), author Mahboob A. Khawaja ’81 MA (PSc)/’00 PhD (SSc) offers a 21st-century vision of global harmony, transcending what he terms “obsolete systems of global governance, peace, security and conflict resolution.”

    6/16/2020

     

    Nicholson selected for Next City’s elite Vanguard Program

    Jane Nicholson ’04 BA (Geog/IR)/’13 MPA, a senior planning associate at MRB Group, was selected to participate in Next City’s acclaimed Vanguard program for 2020. Next City is a journalistic nonprofit focused on revitalizing communities and tackling complex urban challenges around the globe. Its Vanguard program is an annual convening of the brightest minds in community revitalization, scheduled to take place this September in Greensboro, North Carolina.

    6/10/2020

     

    Brian Kam '16 BA (IR/MES) embarks on new venture in nursing

    After spending time aiding disaster relief efforts in Nepal, Brian Kam '16 BA (IR/MES) is acquiring a new skill set. Kam decided nursing school was his best opportunity to combine his passion for helping others with tangible medical experience, and he recently took the state license exam to become a registered nurse.

    6/9/2020

     

    Gray named vice president at Raytheon Intelligence & Space

    Tracey Gray ’02 MPA was named vice president for communications and external affairs at Raytheon Intelligence & Space. In his new role, Gray is responsible for brand communications, public relations, digital media, employee communications, and public affairs.

    5/6/2020

     

    Hackbarth promoted to director at the American Security Project

    Alexandra Hackbarth ’15 MPA/IR has been named director of climate and energy security at the American Security Project, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank focused on national security issues and the appropriate use of American power. In this new role, Hackbarth will take on additional leadership tasks while continuing her research on how climate change affects U.S. national security interests around the world.

    4/30/2020

     

    Caperton elected to APIA Scholars Board

    Julie Caperton ’92 BA (Hist) is a new member of the board of directors for Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholars (APIA Scholars). Caperton will help lead APIA Scholars as they seek to ensure all Asian and Pacific Islander Americans are able to access higher education regardless of ethnicity, national origin, or financial means.

    4/28/2020

     

    Davis moves to Seneca County Industrial Development Agency

    Sarah Davis ’16 MPA has been named the executive director of the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (SENIDA). In her new position, Davis will lead the organization as it works to expand commercial, industrial, and recreational opportunities across Seneca County.

    4/28/2020

     

    Gooden named dean at Virginia Commonwealth University

    Susan Gooden ’95 MA (PSc)/’96 PhD (PSc) is the new dean of the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Her appointment was effective April 16. She is charged with helping the Wilder School strengthen pedagogical programs while increasing research on global challenges.

    4/28/2020

     

    Monde-Anumihe featured in Guardian Woman

    Chinenye Monde-Anumihe ’13 BA (IR) was recently featured in a Q&A highlighting her efforts to bring international relations and human rights work together with business and development. Currently the head of partnerships and fundraising for SHAPE Africa 2020’s Project Management Committee, Monde-Anumihe advocates for expanding public-private partnerships so as to help address challenges facing Africa today.

    4/21/2020

     

    Bouran named CEO of International Media Investments

    Nart Bouran ’89 BA (IR) has been appointed the chief executive officer for International Media Investments (IMI), an Abu Dhabi-based private investment company focused on building a global portfolio of media assets. In this new role, Bouran will lead IMI’s efforts to increase its portfolio overseas.

    4/15/2020

     

    Alumnus’s undergraduate scholarship gift serves as Mother’s Day honor

    A bequest arrangement made by Maxwell School alumnus Jonathan R. Hancock ’95 MA (Geog) will honor his mother while providing scholarship assistance to undergraduates in select Maxwell disciplines, who demonstrate an interest in bettering the Syracuse and Central New York region.

    4/15/2020

     

    New scholarship honors EMPA alumna Theresa Flynn

    A new scholarship fund, benefiting professional master’s students interested in organizational change and development, has been created to honor Theresa A. "Terry" Flynn, whose many connections to the Maxwell School included earning an Executive MPA in 2012. Flynn died in 2018 following a protracted battle with ALS.

    4/10/2020

     
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