July and August are among the most exciting times of year at the Maxwell School. Having said farewell to the newest alumni of the School in May and June, Maxwell faculty and staff prepare during the summer to welcome the newest classes of students in the MPA, MA IR, and Executive MPA and MA IR programs.
Chris Omolino, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid in Maxwell’s Department of Public Administration and International Affairs, welcomed this year’s MPA and MA IR classes on the PAIA Admissions blog. Read more about this year’s accomplished cohorts at the links below.
Putting the ROCK back in BuROCKracy as Maxwell Welcomes our new MPA students!
Our New MA IR Students Arrive in Time to Celebrate the Solar Eclipse
We hope you enjoy reliving your time at Maxwell through these great posts. Join us in welcoming our newest students to Maxwell!
Jessica Murray, Director of Alumni Relations
Kelli Young, Director of Career Development
Laura McArdle, Assistant Director of Career Development
Lauren Meyer, Career Development Office and Recruiting Coordinator
Patrick Gaetjens is a project manager at Eau Claire Area Economic Development Corporation, a public/private partnership charged with the mission of advancing economic prosperity through business and job growth. As a project manager, Gaetjens is responsible for implementing company goals and strategies in order to grow the region’s economy through business expansion and development. As well as, leading entrepreneurial services and programs by advising startup businesses and coordinating services with local government and non-governmental organizations.
Ryan Martin is an operations program associate for the One Acre Fund in Muramvya, Burundi. The One Acre Fund is a nonprofit that provides tools and financing to 180,000 rural, smallholder, farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania.
Pietz serves as an FHI 360 senior technical advisor on civil society, peace-building,
and ICT for development projects and new business development, design initiatives and programs, develop strategies, and design concept proposals. In this role, Pietz also maintains collaborative relationships with donor organizations, government agencies, bilateral and other NGOs while reviewing and improving the quality of implemented technical activities and systems at all levels.
The Jameel Poverty Action lab, or J-PAL, is based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The research institution connects a global network of experts who use randomized evaluations to answer critical policy questions in the fight against poverty. J-PAL’s mission is to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is based on scientific evidence, and research is translated into action.
To find out more about Carter’s work with J-Pal, visit her profile on the Alumni Relations website.