Adam Carrico is now director of finance and operations (U.S.) for Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports children in education centers at over 300 primary schools in underprivileged rural and urban communities in Nicaragua. In his new position, Carrico is responsible for customer relationship management and donor coordination, and for the foundation’s U.S. budgeting and cash flow tasks, including expense forecasting.
Marion Araque is now campus director at Citizen Schools, an organization that advocates to make expanded learning the new normal for all students. In her role as campus director, Araque supervises and mentors a group of AmeriCorps teaching fellows and volunteers, and serves as an instructional leader for the Citizen Schools program. By using an apprenticeship program known as the Extended Learning Time model, Citizen Schools partners up with public districts to add instructional time to the school day by offering hands-on learning opportunities, academic support, and structured homework time.
Nara Kim is now communications consultant of Korea Green Growth Trust Fund, Sustainable Development Practice Group at the World Bank. In her role as communications consultant, she develops online/multimedia products and creates design pieces for events and Knowledge Exchange programs. In addition, she supports knowledge gathering process and management. Before her employment with the World Bank, she was a knowledge management intern for the non-profit organization Save the Children US and a private sector engagement officer at the UNICEF Switzerland.
Kul Kapri has joined the faculty at Rowan University as an assistant professor of economics in the Department of Political Science and Economics. His research interests include international economics, development economics, labor economics and applied econometrics. His recent work focuses on labor market outcomes and trade policy, trade orientation and firm performance, offshoring, and remittances. His work has been published in International Review of Economics & Finance and Development Journal of the South. As a consultant to the World Bank and a government officer to the Government of Nepal, he is also involved in formulation, implementation, monitoring/supervision and evaluation of public policies and programs.
Daniel Clark is now the executive director of the Staten Island Business Outreach Center (SIBOC), an organization dedicated to Staten Island neighborhood development. Clark builds on his experience as an urban planner and nonprofit leader specializing in neighborhood development, economic development, and small business services in his new role as executive director. In addition to his position with SIBOC, he concurrently serves as a first lieutenant and as executive officer of an infantry company in the Army National Guard.
Armen Hratchian is now chief operating officer at HighScope Educational Research Foundation. HighScope is an independent not-for-profit research, development, training, and public outreach organization based in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The organization has played an important role in bringing early education to children, nationally and across the globe, for nearly 50 years. Previously, Hratchian was vice president of K12 Education at Excellent Schools Detroit, a not-for-profit organization aimed at providing a quality education for every child in Detroit by 2020.
Timothy Mahar is now the executive director at Foundation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse New York. In his role as executive director, Mahar works with the board of trustees to set priorities and strategic directions for the foundation, manages the foundation’s board of trustees and development program, helps develop staff in Catholic schools and charities, and supports fundraising initiatives for all the parishes in the diocese. Previously, he served assistant dean of alumni affairs and development at the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University.