David Greenburg ’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, Greenburg 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.
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.
Shaki Kar is an analyst for the Department of State’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Policy and Planning Division. Shaki Kar facilitates the full spectrum of policy and planning development, coordination, and clearance support for the Office of Security Technology at the Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
Jacqueline Cohen Roth has founded the new publication “Chesapeake Physician – Your practice. Your life.” This new publication is a regional multi-media resource on clinical and business issues that affect physicians and healthcare administrators in the Chesapeake Bay region. Roth’s new effort expands and rebrands her previous publication, the “Maryland Physician Magazine – Your practice. Your life.” Roth’s publications are published through Mojo Media, LLC, a media production firm that she leads. Other clients of Mojo include medical practices, health specialists’ organizations, and healthcare administration firms. For more information on Mojo Media, see their website.
Paroma Nandi is an outreach coordinator and guest liaison at Paul’s Place, Inc., based in southwest Baltimore, Md. Her new employer, Paul’s Place, offers services and programs to low-income individuals and families in the Washington Village/Pigtown community. For more information about Paul’s Place see their website.
Hillary Evans Coover is leveraging her experience with local and federal grant-getting in her job with the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Specifically, she is managing grant proposals that will contribute to the entire organization, and sales within LearningMedia’s Custom Solution division. Before this job, Hillary managed grants proposals at San Jose State University and traveled to Pakistan to evaluate awarded projects. She is a Fulbright scholar who studied the opium trade while based in Tajikistan, and speaks four languages: Russian, Chinese, Tajik and Farsi. Coover graduated from the Maxwell School in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in both international relations and policy studies.
Don Waful is pictured on the right with Chancellor Kent Syverud at the 11/2/14 Syracuse football game. Waful is one of Maxwell’s oldest alumni, earning degrees from both the Maxwell School and Arts & Sciences. He has had many claims to fame: a World War II POW camp survivor, veteran trombonist, longtime president of the Syracuse Chiefs, and the subject of a recent musical. An avowed Syracuse football fan, Don has missed only four home games since the ‘40s and has never missed a home game in the Carrier Dome. What’s even more astonishing is that he still drives himself to almost every game! Maxwell is extremely proud to call Don Waful our alum.