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Alumni Notes

2019

Diogenes Michel Chagas de Jesus is now a Management Consultant for the Steve Biko Cultural Institute.

MIDP   2019   news added December 2019

Emily Pechar Diamond is now an assistant professor of communications studies and marine affairs at the University of Rhode Island.

PhD   2019   news added August 2019

Erin Edmiston is now the Casework Coordinator for the International Rescue Committee

MIDP   2019   news added December 2019

In Memorium: Augie Gonzalez and two of his children passed away on Memorial Day weekend in a tragic car accident. He was a U.S. Army major and was relocating his family for his next assignment in Colorado Springs.

MPP   2019   news added August 2019

Yuto Hashimoto is now studying toward a Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management at MIT. He is living in Boston.

MIDP   2019   news added September 2019

Shandiin Herrera  had an article in the new issue of Duke Magazine, “The Land is My Legacy.”

PPS   2019   news added August 2019

Shandiin Herrera was profiled in the San Juan Record about her time at Duke and her decision to return her home in Monument Valley. She works as a policy analyst and project consultant with the Olijato Chapter House as a fellow with Lead for America.

PPS   2019   news added December 2019

Alhousseyni Maiga now works at buildOn as the Mali Country Director.

MIDP   2019   news added September 2019

Emily Nagler has been awarded a Princeton in Latin America fellowship to spend the year working in Patzún, Guatemala, with the Women's Justice Initiative. The nonprofit works to improve the lives of indigenous women and girls through education, legal services, and gender-based violence prevention.

PPS   2019   news added February 2020

Branka Panic is the founder and CEO of AI for Peace, a nonprofit that studies the impacts of artificial intelligence and related technologies on society, especially how AI can help create peace, security and sustainable development. AI Peace has published a non-technical guide to AI for policymakers.

MIDP   2019   news added February 2020

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