New students quickly learn that the Martin School community extends well past graduation. While alumni can be found all over the world, they stay in touch-- with each other, their favorite faculty members, and even current students. As the spring semester comes to a close and we send a new group of graduates off in to the world, we would like to celebrate our alumni community. We will be posting fresh Alumni Spotlights throughout the month. Until then, check out some of our past revisits with alumni:
We don't have to look very far to find several of our doctoral graduates! Dr. Denison, who is an expert in public and nonprofit financial management, has been a Martin School faculty member since 2005. More recently, Dr. Zimmer has "come home" to the Martin School, serving as our newest Director. Dr. Trautman has also recently joined us as our Director of Public Financial Management program; she's been a wonderful leader for our innovative new online program offerings. And, Dr. Hall has been a visiting professor with us this academic year-- he's also recently been named the Editor-in-Chief of the Public Administration Review.
Our graduates are making a difference in all levels of government, the nonprofit sector, and in private businesses. For instance, Andrew McNeill serves as the Deputy State Budget and Policy Director, while Danielle Clore serves as the Executive Director of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network. We have a number of graduates in local and federal government, too! You can read some of our past Alumni Spotlights here.