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Tiffany Atkins (’03) completed UNCG’s Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership in 2006 and graduated from Elon Law in 2011. She currently is an attorney with Legal Aid of North Carolina in Greensboro.

Micheal A. Cooper (Anthony) (’15) will be starting his first semester of law school at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville in the fall 2015.

Michael Cramer (’95, MPA ’97) has served as the town manager of Carolina Beach, NC since October 2013. Prior to this position, he was the city manager for two years in Menominee, Michigan. He got his start in public administration as an intern for the City of Greensboro, where he went on to work in the Departments of Water Resources and Transportation.

Stephen Diggs (’73) is currently a Senior Applications Engineer at Siemens Building Technologies. In the past, he has led the technical aspects of VistaScape’s expansion after being purchased by Seimens Building Technologies. This responsibility has provided him the exciting opportunity of traveling to China on more than one occasion. Stephen resides outside of Atlanta, GA since 1979.

Neal Dixon (’88) is the director of the Office of the Tax Collector for Mecklenburg County where he has worked for over 10 years. Neal is also active in the North Carolina Tax Collection Association as an officer and works on legislative issues through the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners. He currently lives in Huntersville, NC.

Grant Duffield (’94) is currently the Director of Insurance and Medical Services for the State of South Carolina. He is a member of the Greek Alumni Board at UNCG.

Price Felker (’14) is a paralegal with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York.

Christine Franklin (’78) is a senior lecturer and a Lothar Tresp Honoratus professor in the Statistics Department at the University of Georgia. Her recently published work is entitled, “Preparing Students and Teachers to Navigate the Data Stream.”

Patrick Griffin (’03) works in Sales for Mobile Mini, a company that rents and sells storage containers and office space for construction projects.

April Hutchinson Harris (’99, MPA ’01) now works as an independent contractor in community & economic development projects in Greensboro. Her business is New City Ventures.

Steven Harrison (’11, MPA ’13) is an economic development specialist for the City of Winston-Salem, NC. He formerly served as a research associate for Downtown Greensboro, Inc.

James Hauser (’08) received his MA in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University in 2012. He is currently a Legislative Assistant for Congresswoman Gloria Negrete McLeod.

Choon Hong (’16) has been hired as Research and Administrative Assistant for the Security Council Team at the Republic of Korea’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations.

Denise Horn (’93) is an assistant professor of Political Science and International Relations at Simmons College, in Boston, MA. She is the author of Democratic Governance and Social Entrepreneurship: Civic Participation and the Future of Democracy (Routledge 2013) and Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization (Routledge 2010).

Micah Huggins (’02) graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill Law School in 2006, and passed the NC Bar Exam in 2008. He is employed by Carolina Legal Solutions and previously worked in the Guilford County Office of the Public Defender.

Katie Hughes (’06) served a term with the American Red Cross through the Americorps program in Charlotte, NC. She obtained her Masters in Criminology, Law and Society with a concentration in Crime Policy at George Mason University in December 2012. Katie then joined Development Services Group, Inc. as a Research Assistant, where she researches evidence-based programs and practices.

Tiffany Ebron Hunter (’93) completed her Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership in 2007 and is now the Dean of Education at Florida State College at Jacksonville.

Sheneica Hunter (’14) was accepted into the University of Wisconsin’s Masters in Women and Gender Studies program.

Jeff Hux has passed the North Carolina Bar exam and is currently working as an associate with Faver and Skidmiore, LLP in Reidsville!

Daryn Iwicki (’07) worked in Florida where he served in Governor Rick Scott’s Administration and was the North Florida Regional Field Director for the Republican Party of Florida. He was responsible for organizing a comprehensive voter outreach and turnout operation for Governor Mitt Romney in the 2012 election. For the past year, Daryn has served as the State Director of Americans for Prosperity Foundation New Jersey.

Megan Jackson (’15) works as a Paralegal for the Deuterman Law Group in Greensboro working with Social Security issues.

David Kelly (’08) is an Administrative/Program Associate for the Land, Water & Wildlife program at North Carolina’s Environmental Defense Fund. He has recently completed the NC State MPA program in Raleigh.

Jeff Kerrigan (’98) is Vice President for Investments at Wells Fargo Advisors in Greensboro. Prior to this position he served as an account vice president for eight years at UBS Financial Services.  Following his UNCG graduation, he obtained an MPA degree concentrating in Community Development from University of Delaware.

Christian Keville (’14) is the Operations Manager for a DC London Consulting Firm.

Michael Kilgore (’05 ) completed his law degree at Liberty University Law School. Between 2009 and 2011, Michael worked for the Department of Justice in Washington, DC in the Tax Division, Western Criminal Enforcement Section. Currently, he teaches at Liberty University within the Public Policy Masters Degree Program.

David Lambert (’11) is the Town Manager of the Town of Robbins, NC. David graduated from Elon Law School in 2014 and is currently enrolled in the MPA program at UNC Chapel Hill.

Shaune’ Langston (’99) transitioned to law school at Northwestern University after graduating from UNCG. She later worked for a law firm in Indiana before moving to Northern Virginia as a real estate/corporate attorney at Washington, DC’s largest firm, Hogan & Hartson LLP. She resides there with her three sons and husband of 12 years and is the owner of The Langston Law Firm, PLLC.

Alan Lepore (’11) is a Field Organizer for the Nevada State Democratic Party.

Emily Lovette Cirillo (’16) will begin NCCU Law School fall 2017.

Emily Maggard (’16) is an intern with Cynthia Ball’s campaign in Raleigh for the 49th District – North Carolina House.

Steven Mandurano (’04) has served as the Director of Transportation Security Policy at the American Association of Airport Executives. In that position, Steven focused on the strategic communications of the Security Policy Department. Currently, he resides in Seattle and works as the Global Lead for marketing Communications and PR at Merchant Risk Council.

Sidney Minter (’04) earned his MPA in 2008 and graduated from NCCU’s School of Law in 2011. He passed the bar exam and works for Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham in Raleigh. He practices in the areas of employment law and workers compensation.

Justin N. Outling (’05) was appointed and then elected to the Greensboro City Council in 2015. After graduating from Duke Law School in May ’08, he worked for a federal district court judge and then moved to New York City where he practiced corporate law. After relocating with his wife and two children to Greensboro, Justin took a position with Brooks Pierce in Greensboro as an associate practicing in business litigation and arbitration.

Ryan Radford (’07) currently serves as an Executive/Research Assistant to Commissioner Joe Mohorovic at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. He graduated from Wake Forest Law School in 2014 and passed the North Carolina bar exam before relocating to the DC area.

Andrea Schronce Sinclair (’11) is an Associate Attorney with the law firm, Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, PLC, in Nashville, Tennessee. She graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2014.

Aislinn Sheehan (’06) is living in Washington, DC, and working as the Human Resources Manager for Alley Cat Allies, Inc.

Michael Smith (’86) is a Senior Software/Systems Engineer for an IT consultant that works for the Department of Defense. Presently, he resides in Fort Washington, MD.

Abigail Greeson Steelhammer (’91) previously worked as an Assistant Nurse Manager for the Medical-Surgical and Intensive Care Units for Presbyterian Hospital in Huntersville. In addition, she received her MHA/MBA from Pfeiffer University. She currently works as the Manager for Clinical Documentation Improvement at Novant Health since 2008.

Mary Kate (MK) Towne (’09) took a few years off after graduating from UNCG to do a variety of things including getting married and starting a family. She has started law school at the University of Dayton and is a Dean’s Fellow.

Melissa Westmoreland (’06) received her law degree from Elon University School of Law in 2012. In 2009, she was one of only 12 students from her class to become an Elon Law Leadership Fellow. Melissa won first place in Elon Law’s 2010 Intramural Moot Court Competition and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2011 Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition. Melissa is currently working as an Associate Attorney at Brock & Scott, PLLC in Raleigh, NC.

Joseph Winberry (’13) relocated to Knoxville, TN after graduation. He currently works as business operations specialist for the American Red Cross in Knoxville and Kingsport where he is responsible for chapter facilities, fleet and financial management.

Andrew Winternitz (’99) is the Senior Country Director for Japan in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

Doug Yorke (’98) is the Assistant Director of the IT Service Desk at Wake Forest University.