Donna Shalala, member of the Maxwell School Advisory Board, stepped down as president and chief executive of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation and is returning to the University of Miami to teach full time. Read more in the Miami Herald article, “Former Clinton Foundation head Donna Shalala is back in Miami and at UM.”
David Greenberg ’97 BA (PSt) is now associate general counsel at MapR Technologies, a computer software company based in San Jose, California. In his role as associate general counsel, Greenberg draws from his experience as an accomplished technology transaction attorney, specializing in enterprise software licensing, cloud computing contracting, hardware purchasing, executive counseling, contract drafting, and deal negotiations. He has prior AmLaw 100 law firm experience in commercial contract litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and public policy. Before his position with MapR, he served as senior managing counsel for Oracle, a computer technology corporation.
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.
Kathleen Walpole has won American City and County’s Igniting the Flame Award, which identifies the most impactful young government leaders across the country. In her role as management analyst II for Clark County, Nevada, Katie works with 20 different departments regarding performance management. She also assists on special projects for Commissioners and senior management, and plays and active role on the County lobby team.
More information about the award can be found here: http://americancityandcounty.com/bonus-content/igniting-flame-award-winners#slide-1-field_images-73501
Aysha Seedat is now a compliance analyst at JPMorgan Chase & Co. In this position, she is responsible for ensuring that the firm is in compliance with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) regulations. Seedat served as president of the Syracuse University Student Association this past 59th legislative session.
Madeline Tormey is now a project management analyst for Hagerty Consulting. Hagerty Consulting is an emergency management consulting firm established in 2001. The firm assists clients in disaster preparedness and recovery, and has worked on projects after September 11th and Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. Hagerty Consulting was founded by Steve Hagerty ’93 MPA.