Washington, D.C., mayor Adrian Fenty pledged to improve the city’s schools. And he found a key person to help him do it: Tonya Vidal Kinlow, SPA/MPA ’05.
With more than two decades of policing behind him, the justice grad and SPA adjunct professor makes guarding the nation’s capital sound like just another day at the office.
Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76, founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is spearheading everything -- from raising $500 million to selecting an architect to creating a collection virtually from scratch.
Johnson is the legislative correspondent to Congressman Bobby Rush, which entails advising Rush on labor, transportation, social security, and pension issues.
Just recently, Rauch became the legislative advisor on education to the Chairman of the DC City Council. Now, more than ever, he is able to put his coursework into action.
SPA's MPP program has given Kilraine the broad range of skills she needed to complement her real-world experience.