Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Heggeness welcomes daughter into family

Misty Heggeness (MPP '00) and her husband, Mauricio, welcomed the birth of their first child, Magdalena Amelia Bascunan, on July 19.

Hendricks welcomes a son

Matthew (Abts) Hendricks (MPP '01) and Shelly Hendricks (MPP '00) welcomed a son, Micaiah Emerson, on August 29. He joins big sister, Noelle.

Hornack studies at Case Western Reserve University

Emily Hornack (MPP '02) is a student at Case Western Reserve University. She is studying speech-language pathology.

Jernberg recieves University of Minnesota Alumni Service Award

James Jernberg (MA '57) will be recognized as a 2008 recipient of the University of Minnesota Alumni Service Award from the Humphrey School on October 29. He also began a 3-year term to the Humphrey School alumni board and as representative to the Institute's advisory council on July 1.

Johnson works for Saberpack, Inc.

Sharon Johnson (MPA '03) is the director of operations for Saberpack, Inc.

Jones works for the American Montessori Society

Gregory Jones (MA '92) is senior director of operations for the American Montessori Society in New York, New York.

Keesey joins the National Institute of Health

Peter Keesey (MPP '06) recently began a new position as a human resources specialist with the National Institute of Health in Rockville, Maryland.

Kieves works for Excelsior Energy, Inc.

Nicola Kieves (MPP '04) currently is the assistant general counsel for Excelsior Energy, Inc.

Kolles directs the Carmel Bach Festival

Camille Kolles (MPA '03) is employed as the executive director of the Carmel Bach Festival. She was featured in the July 17 article, "Barbara Rose Schuler: Carmel Bach Festival offers a banquet of classical events," in The Monterey County Herald.

Lewis elected vice president of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators

Stephanie Lewis (MPP '04) was elected vice president of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.

Lomax accepts position with the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Zeia Lomax (MPP '04) now works with the agriculture marketing service with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Madsen joins Navitas Energy

Yang Madsen (MURP '98) left her position with the City of St. Paul and now works as a project developer for Navitas Energy. Her responsibilities include zoning and building permitting, land leasing, public relations and outreach, and overall project coordination.

Marx accepts directorship of Common Ground

Tim Marx (MA '79) resigned from his position as commissioner of the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency to accept a new role as executive director of Common Ground, a housing and community development organization based in New York City, and one of the nation's largest providers of supportive housing for the formerly homeless.

Mason-Oramalu elected president of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators

Lawrencina Mason-Oramalu (MA '96) was elected president of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.

Myers is employed by Wells Fargo

Jennifer Myers (MPP '01) works as a marketing analyst for Wells Fargo.

Nakasaka joins the Humphrey School's Advisory Council

Kiyoshi Nakasaka (MA '89) began a 3-year term as alumni board representative to the Humphrey School's advisory council on July 1.

Olson works for Graham Construction Services

Mary Kay Olson (MA '93) is a LEAD-certified field engineer with Graham Construction Services in Eagan, Minnesota, specializing in green construction.

Opot joins the Harris County Community Services Department

Kelly Opot (MPP '05) is a program analyst for the Harris County Community Services Department in Texas.

Partenheimer accepts position with the City of Richfield

Kirsten Partenheimer (MUPR '03) left the City of Columbia Heights in May to take a position as a housing specialist with the City of Richfield.

Peterson works at SRF Consulting Group

Steve J. Peterson (MURP '05) is employed as a transportation planner at SRF Consulting Group.

Piehl accepts position with Volunteers of America

Katie (Dvoracek) Piehl (MPP '04) left the Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor in September for a new position as director of the charter schools program at Volunteers of America.

Pitman is employed by Washington State University

Kirby Pitman (MA '94) is employed as a research associate with the Social and Economic Sciences Research Center at Washington State University.

Shanker works for Rainbow Research

Srividhya Shanker (MA '98) is a research assistant for Rainbow Research. She also is pursing at Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota.

Slotterback welcomes daughter into family

Brendon Slotterback (MURP '03) and wife, Humphrey School Assistant Professor Carissa Schively Slotterback, announce the birth of their daughter, Liesl Ann Slotterback, born July 5.

Stembler joins the Western States Contracting Alliance

Paul Stembler (MA '75) has taken a new position as cooperative development coordinator for the Western States Contracting Alliance based in Eagan, Minnesota.

Strauss accepts position with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Amy Strauss (MPP '03) left the Joint Legislative Budget Committee at the State of Arizona. She relocated to Washington, D.C., for a position as congressional liaison specialist at the Office of Congressional Affairs, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Sullivan works at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management

Mackenzie Sullivan (MA '94) is employed as an assistant counselor at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management's Undergraduate Business Career Center.

Thompson joins Hewlett Packard

Holly Thompson (MPP '03) accepted a job with Hewlett Packard in Chicago. She manages the Hewlett Packard partner business accounts in the Chicago area.

Thao welcomes first child

Terri Thao (MPP '00) and her husband, Cheng, are the proud first-time parents of Duabzong Elena Vang, born April 26.

Troy accepts position with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Kate Troy (MPP '04) recently accepted a position as an analyst with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, Budget Office in Washington, D.C. She will track Head Start and some child welfare programs within the Administration for Children and Families.

Vidas begins with the Ramsey County Tamarack Nature Center

Mary Vidas (MPA '03) left the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum to become director at the Ramsey County Tamarack Nature Center.

Winkelman joins the Center for Clean Air Policy

Steve Winkelman (MA '92) is director of transportation and adaptation programs at the Center for Clean Air Policy in Port Chester, New York.

Delaney accepts position with Hope Community, Inc.

Will Delaney (MURP '06) recently accepted a position with Hope Community, Inc. in Minneapolis.

Dufresne works for the U.S. Department of Labor

Matthew Dufresne (MPA '05) relocated to Washington, D.C., in June. He is employed as an immigration policy analyst for the U.S. Department of Labor.

Earhart receives National Collegiate and Scholastic Swimming Trophy

Greg Earhart (MA '95) is the men's swimming coach at Carthage College and owner of CollegeSwimming.com. He received the College Swimming Coaches Association of America "National Collegiate and Scholastic Swimming Trophy" at the organization's 2008 annual conference. The award is presented to an individual or organization that has contributed in an outstanding way to swimming as a competitive sport and healthful recreational activity at schools and colleges. Greg, the youngest-ever recipient of the award, is only the sixth NCAA Division III member to receive the award in its 50-year history.

Ellgen is employed by the National Oceanic and Atomospheric Administration

Sarah Ellgen (MP '96) works as a program analyst for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Maryland.

Hampton accepts postion with the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau

Heather Hampton (MPP '06) has taken a position as a legislative analyst for the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau.

Harris becomes director of the Headwaters Foundation for Justice

Trista (Carter) Harris (MPP '00) left her position as a program officer at the Saint Paul Foundation to become executive director at the Headwaters Foundation for Justice. "Being asked to serve as the foundation's executive director is both an honor and a privilege," said Harris. "The Headwaters Foundation for Justice has a well-deserved reputation as a leader in the field of social justice philanthropy. I am thrilled to join this team and continue this work because I'm convinced that through strong partnerships with donors and nonprofits, ambitious goals, innovation, and a commitment to impact, we can create a more just community."

Appleby begins nursing school

Pamela (Seay) Appleby (MPP '98) has enrolled in nursing school this fall. Prior to this, she was a budget and policy analyst for the Division of Health Care Access and Accountability at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services in Madison.

Aspengren welcomes son into family

Jennifer Aspengren (MPP '01) and husband Jeff Schotts welcomed their son, Beckett, on August 1.

Barringer-Mills joins American Refugee Committee

Michael Barringer-Mills (MPP '06) has taken a position as a field support manager at the American Refugee Committee in the Twin Cities.

Batalden accepts position with City of Woodbury

Karl Batalden (MURP '04) left his position with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity to accept a position as housing specialist/associate planner for the City of Woodbury. He works with the city's Housing and Redevelopment Authority.

Boyer works for the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

William Boyer (MURP '05) works for the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.

Brandt accepts position with the National Institute of Health

Erin Brandt (MPP '04) has a new job as a management analyst for the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke of the National Institutes of Health.

Bryant, now Jones, gets married

Charissa Bryant (MPA '04) became Charissa Jones when she got married on August 9. She and her husband are relocating to Chicago.

Bull joins staff of George Washington University

Janet (Jan) Bull (MA '87) is employed at the George Washington University Institute for Spirituality and Health as an associate director. In this role, she assists the executive director in administering grants, managing projects, developing educational initiatives, including a summer institute, and collaborating on a variety of research projects.

Burns accepts position with Minnesota Department of Health

Katie Burns (MA '97) began a new position with the Minnesota Department of Health's Health Economics Program in July. She directs and manages the health care payment and delivery system reforms passed during the 2008 legislative session.

Cole elected secretary of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators

Terra Cole (MURP '04) was elected secretary of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area Chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators.

Curry leads Public Interest Law Initiative

Susan Curry (MA '95) is the executive director of the Public Interest Law Initiative in Chicago, Illinois.

Davis employed as an independent nonprofit management consultant

Rebecca Davis (Wolfgram) (MA '97) works as an independent nonprofit management consultant.

Gadow works for the City of Wayzata

Bryan Gadow (MURP '06) is employed as an assistant planner at the City of Wayzata.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Shipley joins the office of U.S. Representative Tammy Baldwin (D-WI)

Amber Shipley (MPP '05) was selected as a 2007 Women's Research and Education Institute Fellow in Washington, D.C., where she covered women's health and environmental issues for U.S. Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN). When her fellowship ended, Shipley joined the office of U.S. Representative Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), staffing the congresswoman on the Judiciary Committee and covering a portfolio including LGBT issues, foreign relations, immigration, and domestic violence.

Siggerud promoted within U.S. Government Accountability Office

Kate Siggerud (MA '85) was promoted to managing director of the physical infrastructure division at U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington, D.C., effective June 1, 2008. Siggerud joined GAO in the Chicago field office in 1987, transferring to headquarters in 1998. Siggerud is the recipient of a Distinguished Service Award in 2007 for her leadership in directing significant bodies of work on Postal Service transformation and surface transportation and in supporting GAO recruiting efforts.

Simon works for the University of Minnesota

Kimberly Simon (MPA '05) works for the University of Minnesota.

Skrebes works for Midwest Human Rights Fellowship

Robyn Skrebes (MPP '06) works for the Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellowship, Save Yar Campaign.

Stewart is a research manager at the Improve Group

Rebecca Stewart (MPP '04) is a research manager at the Improve Group.

Szopinski assumes position with the Maryland Transit Administration

Aaron Szopinski (MPP '05) has taken a new position with the Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore as a senior financial analyst.

Umimana secures position with Hennepin County

Jean Baptiste Uwimana (MPP '06) has taken a position with Hennepin County.

Vidas quoted in Star Tribune

Mary Vidas (MPA '03) was quoted in the March 27, 2008 Star Tribune article "Mom's right: Kids need to get outside, play, researcher says" by Heron Marquez Estrada.

Waddel Boie begins doctoral program at Princeton

Jaquilyn Waddel Boie (MPP '06) will begin a doctoral program in the politics department at Princeton University in the fall.

Wall accepts position with Steven Engineers

Nolan Wall (MURP '06) has taken a planning position with Stevens Engineers.

Wiger is employed by Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Christopher Wiger (MURP '06) is employed by Local Initiatives Support Corporation.

Johnson pursuing a doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania.

Amanda Johnson (MURP '04) is a doctoral student of city planning in the School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania.

Johnson directs operations for Saberpack, Inc.

Sharon Johnson (MPA '03) is director of operations for Saberpack, Inc., in Lino Lakes, Minnesota.

Sharon Johnson (MPA '03) is director of operations for Saberpack, Inc., in Lino Lakes, Minnesota.

Karki works at the University of Minnesota

Apeckchya Karki (MURP '06) is working at the University of Minnesota.

Karki employed as a consultant

Avigya Karki (MURP '05) is a consultant currently working in Japan.

Wilson accepts position with the Minnesota Department of Transportation

Ryan Wilson (MURP '06) has taken a job with the Minnesota Department of Transportation Office of Investment Management.

Kinders re-elected within the American Association of State Colleges and Universities

Mark Kinders (MPA '00) has been re-elected to a second term as chair of the Advisory Council for Communications and Public Affairs to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. The purpose of the council is to advise AASCU on its communications work with Congress, the administration, and the public to promote broad public understanding of the essential role of public higher education in society. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AASCU monitors, analyzes, and develops federal public policy in such areas as student financial aid, education, international programs, economic and work force development, teacher education, and undergraduate experiences. Additionally, it coordinates the American Democracy Project, which encourages students to become involved in civic leadership through such projects as voter registration, public policy advocacy, The New York Times readings in the classroom, Constitution Week, and resources sustainability. During Kinders first term as chair, the Council conducted its inaugural national conference for senior communications professionals at comprehensive public universities. It also initiated a benchmark national survey of professional responsibilities and practices for communicators and government relations senior leaders at AASCU institutions. The Associations membership includes 430 public higher education colleges, universities and higher education systems nationwide. Its institutions, which are partially or completely state funded, enroll over three million students and represent 55 percent of all students attending public institutions nationwide. Kinders is the director of public affairs at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where he is responsible for the institution's relations with the Wisconsin Legislature, Congress, service region communities, and media.

Landreau works for the St. Paul Public Schools

Charlotte Landreau (MPA '04) works for the St. Paul Public Schools.

Wing featured in the River Falls Journal

Christine Wing (MA'94), a speech and language pathologist, was quoted in an article by Phil Pfuehler, "Can school-run, 4-year-old program bridge possible kindergarten divide." The article was published on April 17, 2008, in the River Falls Journal.

Hotz promoted within Steier Group

Robert (Bob) Hotz (MA '92) has been promoted to associate vice president at the Steier Group. A former development director for the Environmental Law and Policy Center in Chicago, Hotz joined the Steier Group in 2004.

Lindsley employed by the Governor's Workforce Development Council

Bryan Lindsley (MPP '06) works for the Governor's Workforce Development Council.

Yi is an attorney at the firm Polsinelli Shalton Welte et. al.

Judy Yi (MA '98) is an attorney at the law firm of Polsinelli Shalton Welte et. al. in Kansas City, Missouri.

Knuth works at Minnesota Lawyer

Sherri Knuth (MPA '05) is an opinion digest writer at Minnesota Lawyer.

Horning employed by Cambridge Systematics

Jessica Horning (MURP '06) is employed by Cambridge Systematics.

Schroepfer works with the Minnesota State Council on Disability

Kelly Schroepfer (MPP '06) is employed with the Minnesota State Council on Disability.

Scanlan assumes position with U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar

Kelly Scanlan (MA '95) accepted a position with U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar's Minnesota office as the environment and transportation outreach director.

Agresta begins consulting business

Stephanie Agresta (MA '94) started a private consulting business specializing in internet marketing, Stephanie Agresta Consulting. Read more at www.stephanieagresta.com.

Becker completes doctorate at Hamline

Carol Becker (MA '87) recently completed her doctorate in public administration at Hamline University. Her dissertation was titled 'Government without Government: Alternatives to Market and Government Failure.' Becker also won the PA Times Article of the Year award with her entry titled 'Is Public Administration Dead?'

Broeke directs Heading Home Hennepin

Cathy ten Broeke (MPA '04) is the coordinator to end homelessness for Minneapolis and Hennepin County, and directs the planning and implementation of Heading Home Hennepin. She presented "Ending Homelessness in 10 Years: Progress and Challenges" at the Urban Currents session on June 18. 2008.

Brudvik works for the University of Minnesota

Erin Brudvik (MPP '06) has taken a job with the University of Minnesota.

Butson works for the State of Wisconsin

Coral Butson (MPP '06) works for the State of Wisconsin, as a policy advisor in the Office of the Governor.

Chavez is a law clerk at Girardi and Keese

Ricardo Chavez (MPP '02) recently left the Los Angeles district attorney's office and now is a law clerk at Girardi and Keese.

Jethwani joins Guttmacher Institute

Vinita Jethwani (MA '95) accepted a position as research administrative manager for the Guttmacher Institute in New York.

Cole appears on NewsHour with Jim Lehrer

Terra Cole (MURP '04) appeared on the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on March 20 and 21. She was part of a discussion with citizens from across the country.

Conduff joins the Cherokee Nation Washington Office

Stephanie Conduff (MPP '06) will begin working for the Cherokee Nation Washington Office.

Cornell recieves Quorum Award

Jennifer Cornell (MA '96) recently received a $5,000 Quorum Award, a Philanthrofund Foundation (PFund) award that recognizes and supports emerging GLBT and allied leaders.

Kinders re-elected within the American Association of State Colleges and Universities

Mark Kinders (MPA '00) has been re-elected to a second term as chair of the Advisory Council for Communications and Public Affairs to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. The purpose of the council is to advise AASCU on its communications work with Congress, the administration, and the public to promote broad public understanding of the essential role of public higher education in society. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AASCU monitors, analyzes, and develops federal public policy in such areas as student financial aid, education, international programs, economic and work force development, teacher education, and undergraduate experiences. Additionally, it coordinates the American Democracy Project, which encourages students to become involved in civic leadership through such projects as voter registration, public policy advocacy, The New York Times readings in the classroom, Constitution Week, and resources sustainability. During Kinders first term as chair, the Council conducted its inaugural national conference for senior communications professionals at comprehensive public universities. It also initiated a benchmark national survey of professional responsibilities and practices for communicators and government relations senior leaders at AASCU institutions. The Associations membership includes 430 public higher education colleges, universities and higher education systems nationwide. Its institutions, which are partially or completely state funded, enroll over three million students and represent 55 percent of all students attending public institutions nationwide. Kinders is the director of public affairs at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where he is responsible for the institution's relations with the Wisconsin Legislature, Congress, service region communities, and media.

Davis works for the University of Minnesota

Michelle (Mosner) Davis (MPP '05) works as an ombudsman for the University of Minnesota.

Day joins St. Stephens Human Services

Katie Day (MPP '06) is employed by St. Stephens Human Services in Minneapolis.

Duran Deffley works for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

Ruth (Eklund) Duran Deffley (MPP '05) is the membership and chapter coordinator for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.

Espinosa takes a position with the City of Winona

Carlos Espinosa (MURP '06) has taken a position with the City of Winona.

Farrell published in Star Tribune

John Farrell (MPP '04) was published in the May 1, 2008, Star Tribune for his opinion piece titled "An energy incentive is drifting in the wind." Read the full article here: http://www.startribune.com/opinion/18430419.html?page=all&prepage=2&c=y.

Finke is employed by the City of Medina

Dustin Finke (MPP '05) has taken a job with the City of Medina.

Gaug is employed by the Minnesota Department of Transportation

Ryan Gaug (MURP '06) has taken a job with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Geisler is employed by the City of Minneapolis

Amy Geisler (MURP '01) left the City of Ramsey to pursue a job with the City of Minneapolis.

Gonzalez works for the Department of Defence

Luis (Angel) Gonzalez, Jr., (MPP '06) is employed by the Department of Defense, U.S. Navy.

Hale directs the Loft Literary Center

Jocelyn Hale (MPA '06) serves as the executive director of the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis.

Hampton joins the Wisconsin Audit Bureau

Heather Hampton (MPP '06) has begun a job with the Wisconsin Audit Bureau.

Hanauer is employed by the City of Minneapolis

Aaron Hanauer (MURP '04) is a city planner with the City of Minneapolis.

Hannert joins Catholic Charities

Adrienne Hannert (MURP '05) has taken a position with Catholic Charities.

Hoffman is employed by Hennepin County

Sarah Hoffman (MPP '06) is employed by Hennepin County.

Hooper employed by the United States Department of State

Rebecca Hooper (MPP '01) is employed as the director of management and budget for the United States Department of State.

Holland accepts position with Lake Research Partners

Kelly Holland (MPP '06) has taken a position with Lake Research Partners.

Kong-Thao is employed by the St. Paul Public School Board of Education.

Kazoua Kong-Thao (MPA '06) is employed by the St. Paul Public School Board of Education.

Oramalu joins staff of the University of Minnesota

Lawrencina (Mason) Oramalu (MA '96) joined the University of Minnesota Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA) in March. In her role as equal opportunity consultant, Oramulu will investigate and analyze complaints of discrimination and conduct dispute resolutions in these cases. She will also serve as a resource to campus units and will develop and present training and education programs on EOAA issues.

Lofgren begins with the U.S. Government Accountability Office

Joanie Lofgren (MPP '06) has taken a position with the U. S. Government Accountability Office.

Miller is employed by NASA

Kevin Miller (MA '87) is deputy project manager of resources at NASA (Goddard Space Flight Center) in Greenbelt, Maryland.

Mingus promoted within the U.S. Government Accountability Office

John Mingus (MA '89) was promoted to assistant director in the data analysis division at U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). He continues to support GAO projects in the areas of tax policy, education, and community development.

Mills works for the University of Minnesota

Nicole Mills (MPP '06) works for the University of Minnesota.

Moe joins the Bio Business Alliance of Minnesota

Karen Moe (MPP '06) has taken a job at the Bio Business Alliance of Minnesota.

Nord is employed by the Community Growth Institute

Alec Nord (MURP '06) is employed as a planner for the Community Growth Institute in Minneapolis.

Monson joins the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Mahri Monson (MS-STEP '06) will begin a new position with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Novillo joins Action Consulting and Evaluation Team

Walter Novillo (MA '96) recently joined Action Consulting and Evaluation Team (ACET), Inc. of Minneapolis as a research specialist. His current research interests include postsecondary transition, organizational development, and multicultural education.

Osdoba is employed by Oregon's Office of Sustainable Development

Thomas Osdoba (MA '86) is director in sustainable economic development in the State of Oregon's Portland Office of Sustainable Development.

Peacock accepts position with the University of Minnesota

Kathryn (Katie) Peacock (MPP '05) has taken a position with the University of Minnesota.

Plummer is employed by the Minnesota Department of Commerce

Joseph Plummer (MS-STEP '05) works as a senior engineering specialist for the Minnesota Department of Commerce in St. Paul.

Phan is employed by the State of Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau

Hai-Phuong "Kinnic" Phan (MPP '05) is working as a legislative analyst with the State of Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau in Madison.

Qurik is a project manager for the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration

Mary Quirk (MA '81) is the volunteer resources leadership project manager for the Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration.

Quinonez is executive director of Christian County Senior Citizens, Inc.

Jose Quinonez (MA '94) is executive director of Christian County Senior Citizens, Inc., in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

Ruter begins doctoral program

Brent Ruter (MPP '06) will enter a doctoral program in comparative international development education in educational policy administration in the fall.

Rosenberg joins Ameregis, Inc.

Jeffrey Rosenberg (MURP '06) has taken a position with Ameregis, Inc.

Rutledge works for the University of Minnesota

Connie Rutledge (MPA '05) works for the University of Minnesota.

Salsbery begins position with U.S. Representative Tim Walz

Meredith Salsbery (MPP '05) has taken a position with U.S. Representative Tim Walz.

Schumacher is the owner of Solaris Management, L.L.C.

Mary Schumacher (MA '86) is the owner of Solaris Management, L.L.C., in Madison, Wisconsin.

Schweser takes position with NASA

Greg Schweser (MURP '06) has taken a position with NASA.