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Faces @ 50

Featured Alumni and Friends

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Alejandro Weber MIDP/MBA’17 and Daniela Peñaloza MIDP’15 are a married couple and both are pursuing careers in public service. Weber is the Undersecretary of Finance Read more
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Selim Selimi, MIDP ‘10, served as the Minister of Justice for Kosovo. The story of Selimi’s career starts with Kosovo’s war for independence from 1998 Read more
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Michele Clause Farquhar graduated from Duke with a degree in Public Policy Studies (PPS) in 1979. She is Office Managing Partner for the Washington, D.C. Read more
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Shandiin Herrera is from Monument Valley, Utah and is a proud member of the Navajo Nation. She received her bachelor's degree in Public Policy from Read more
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“Part of what has made me successful in government is the range of my experience, my ability to bring the right people to the table Read more
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Derek Rhodes has held an impressive array of jobs since graduating, with the Obama Foundation, the Miami Heat, Google and Microsoft. Now he is back Read more
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Michael Sorrell is president of Paul Quinn College, and he has turned the historically black institution in Dallas into what he calls “an engine of Read more
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Sanford Alumnus Sekou Kaalund has more than two decades of Wall Street experience and currently leads Consumer Banking at Chase for the Northeast Division.  In simple Read more

Featured Event

The Rooted in Relationship event will explore how to shift power and work in support of (not on behalf of) community-rooted organizations working on the health
and economic viability of historically marginalized communities.

Featured Story

Professor Emerita Helen Ladd believes in the value of Sanford’s MPP program. As one of the first directors of the program, she helped build it into a top-ranked professional program. Today, she is continuing to build the program through her gift to create the Helen F. Ladd Fellowship Fund.