Christian Lee ’08 MPA begins tenure as Coast Guard Fellow on U.S. Senate Committee

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U.S. Coast Guard Commander Christian Lee began his most recent assignment: as a Coast Guard Fellow on the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Homeland Security. Commander Lee’s selection as a U.S. Coast Guard Fellow comes after his recent graduation from the National War College in Washington, D.C., where he earned his M.S. degree in National Security Strategy. This is not Lee’s first assignment with the U.S. Coast Guard. In a previous position, Lee served as commander of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Richard Etheridge, a 154-foot cutter ship, and its crew of 24.

 

 

Daniel Kelley ’08 EMPA is now executive director of Onondaga Community Living, Inc.

alum-news-button Daniel Kelley is now executive director of Onondaga Community Living, Inc., an innovator in individualized support services geared at supporting people with developmental disabilities. Kelley has been working in human services in a variety of settings since 1994. Previously, he was director of crisis and development services for Oswego County Opportunities, Inc., and before that he was director of licensed programs for Onindaga Case Management Service, Inc. for three years.

 

 

Corinne Ribble ’03 MPA is now executive director of NY Funders Alliance

alum-news-buttonCorinne Ribble is now executive director of NY Funders Alliance, an organization housed in the CNY Philanthropy Center in Syracuse, N.Y. The organizaiton maintains an alliance of grant makers and philanthropic advisors based in New York State. In her new role, Ribble is responsible for the overall administration and operation of the organization, in addition to attracting and retaining new members. Previously, she held leadership positions at the Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties, and Syracuse University. She was also a past president of the Literacy Funders Network, an affinity group of the Council on Foundations. In 2012, she founded Riverview Strategies, a nonprofit and philanthropic consulting firm.

 

Aaron Rogers ’16 MPA is now major gifts officer for Rainforest Trust

alum-news-button Aaron Rogers is now major gifts officer with Rainforest Trust. Based out of Warrenton, Virginia, Rainforest Trust is a nonprofit organization that purchases large swathes of threatened rain forests with the goal of protecting and preserving endangered plant and animal life–with the help of local partnerships and community engagement. Before his position at Rainforest Trust, Rogers served as a nonprofit consultant at the Dreams Over Drugs Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping young adults live a life free from drug-use and addiction.

 

Michael Frame ’02 MPA is now vice president of external relations and chief of staff at SUNY Polytechnic Institute

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Michael Frame is now vice president of external relations and chief of staff at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in upstate New York. Previously, he served as director of federal relations for Florida State University, where he established Florida State University’s first Washington, D.C. based operation. He has also served as director of federal relations for the State University of New York (SUNY) System and as director of federal relations for Binghamton University. Other positions he has held include director of special projects for the Metropolitan Development Association of Syracuse and Central New York (now Centerstate CEO), executive director of the New York State Urban Council, and policy analyst for the California State University System. More details can be found at: http://www.sunycnse.com/AboutUs/FacultyStaff/ExecutiveStaff/MichaelFrame.aspx

Brooke Dickson-Knowles ’00 MPA is now Acting Director of Privacy Management and Compliance for Department of Energy’s Privacy Program

alum-news-button Brooke Dickson-Knowles is now Acting Director of Privacy Management and Compliance for Department of Energy’s Privacy Program (DOE). In her new role, Dickson-Knowles manages the Department’s implementation of and compliance with federal laws, regulations, policies, and practices that protect the privacy of individuals who share their personal information with the Department. This new role comes after over 10 years of experience in the public sector as an information management and privacy specialist. Before joining the DOE in 2015 as a senior privacy analyst,  she was a privacy analyst with Scitor Corporation. In this role, she supported the implementation of policy protections for the privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties of individuals during the sharing of homeland security and counterterrorism information between federal, state, and local law enforcement organizations.

 

Marc Schloss ’00 BA (PSc) joins Consumer Healthcare Products Association as senior director and head of federal government affairs

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Marc Schloss is now the senior director and head of federal government affairs  at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA). In his role with CHPA, he is responsible for developing and implementing federal lobbying strategies on behalf of CHPA and member companies. Schloss has over two decades of experience in federal government affairs. He began his career in the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy as a legislative aide and later advanced to a series of positions at the Democratic National Committee, Senator Evan Bayh’s political action committee, Van Scoyoc Associates, Inc., the Center for American Progress, and the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. Most recently, he served in a leadership role at Mylan on their congressional outreach efforts. More information on Schloss and his new position can be found at: http://www.chpa.org/MarcSchloss.aspx