Thursday, August 17, 2017

Phifer Announces Exploration of Running for MN's 8th

Leah Phifer (MPP '15) announced in June that she is launching an 80-day listening tour this summer to explore the possibility of ultimately representing Minnesota’s 8th Congressional district.

Read more.

Patterson Joins Johns Hopkins University

Kylie Patterson (MPP '13) recently took a position with Johns Hopkins University as a senior advisor for local economic inclusion. Previously, she was with Prosperity Now (formerly CFED).

Connect with Kylie on LinkedIn.

Safi Takes Role with CAIR in DC

Amineh Safi (MPP '17) recently moved to Washington, DC to take on a role as the government affairs department coordinator for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, National Office.

Connect with Amineh on LinkedIn.

Rau Joins U.S. Department of Justice

Kristen Rau (MPP/JD '12) recently took a job as an assistant U.S. attorney in the northern district of Illinois with the U.S. Department of Justice. Previously, she was a litigation associate at Sidley Austin LLP.

Connect with Kristen on LinkedIn.

Stoscheck Joins The Improve Group

Claire Stoscheck (MPP '16) recently joined The Improve Group as a research analyst.

Connect with Claire on LinkedIn.

Wallace Joins the College of Law as Assistant Dean

Syracuse University's College of Law Dean Craig Boise announced the addition of Nick Wallace (MPP/JD '06) as assistant dean for enrollment management. In this role, Wallace will be responsible for the strategic planning, leadership and implementation of the College’s J.D. enrollment and financial aid initiatives.

Read more.

Connect with Nick on LinkedIn.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Baltazar Receives Emerging Alumni Award

James Baltazar (MURP '12) was presented with an Emerging Alumni Award from the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts (CLA).

“The CLA Emerging Alumni Award honors alumni who recently graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts who demonstrate leadership, creative excellence, community-mindedness, and who mirror the community at large.”

Connect with James on LinkedIn.