Evans School alumni are making an impact. Here's the latest news:

Several members of the MPA class of 2016 accepted new roles around the state, country, and world. From policy research analysts to management fellows in Tacoma, our alums are already making an impact.

  • Talia Kahn-Kravis is a Research Analyst at Mathematica Policy Research in Washington, D.C.
  • David Nash-Mendez is a Management Fellow with the City of Tacoma, WA.
  • Ashley Sonoff is a Associate Management Analyst at the City of Gresham, OR. Ashley is also a member of the Denny Alumni Council.
  • Anna Verbeke secured her dream job working in Juba, South Sudan, as a Reporting and Monitoring & Evaluation Officer for the International Organization for Migration.
  • Kayvon Zadeh is a Management Auditor with the King County Auditor's Office.
  • Jenna Boyd is a Budget & Analysis Program Coordinator with the City of Eugene, OR.
  • Mei-Chiang Kuo is working as a Sustainable Business Associate for the ECOSS.

Several Evans School alumni won elections this past November.

  • Nicole Macri (EMPA ‘07) Washington State Representative
  • Marcus Riccelli (MPA ’07, Denny Alumni Council member) Washington State Representative
  • Christine Rolfes (MPA ‘91) Washington State Senator
  • Bob Hasegawa (EMPA ‘09, Advisory Board) Washington State Senator
  • Mark Mullet (EMPA ‘08, Advisory Board) Washington State Senator

One alum was appointed to the Washington State House of Representatives.

  • Vandana Slatter (EMPA ‘05, Advisory Board) Washington State Representative

Our alums are taking positions throughout local, state, federal, and international public service organizations.

Do you have a career update to share? Contact Kiana Scott, Assistant Director for Advancement.