Master of Public Administration
Master of Science in Education, Higher Education Administration
Master of Science in Education, K-12 Educational Leadership
Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs
Mayte Ortiz (14’) and Juan Mendez (14’) were accepted into Teach for America.
Yelky Ramos Perez (14’) is employed at Her Justice, an organization that provides pro bono legal services for poor women in abusive family situations.
Sangya Singh (’13) is pursuing a Masters of Science in Global Affairs at New York University; she works for the News and Media Division of the United Nations.
Charles Guerrier-Aponza (’12) was accepted to Teach for America and placed in a high school in the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans.
Katsiaryna Colka (’11) is pursuing a law degree at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law.
Caitlin Hannon (’10) is an elected member of the Indianapolis School Board.
Doran Chan (’09) received a Masters of Public Administration from Baruch College and is an eLearning Assistant for HealthCare Chaplaincy, a leader in the research, education, and practice of palliative care.
Abe Goldschmidt ('08) received a certificate in National Security and Counterterrorism Law from the Syracuse University Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism. He works in the Miami office of the Florida State Attorney General.
Maya Lupa (’08) obtained a Masters of Science in Higher Education Administration from Baruch College and is employed by CUNY as an Enrollment Management Assistant.
John Lisyanskiy (’07) was featured by City Hall News as one of “40 Under 40 Rising Stars: The Next Generation of Political Leaders in New York.” He is employed as a legislative financial analyst for the New York City Council.