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Alumni Accolades

Regina Wallace-Jones MPP ’99 was appointed as the first  Black female CEO and president of ActBlue, an organization that builds tech and infrastructure for Democratic campaigns and progressive-aligned causes.

Eric Schroer MPP ’19 is now the exploratory research manager  for the California Department of Social Services, where he aids research projects.

Lys Mendez MURP ’12 and a Bohnett Fellow alumna started  a new position as communications director at the California Air Resources Board.

Hilary Stein MSW ’19 became a clinical advisor at NOCD, a telehealth provider for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Stein started with NOCD as an associate therapist in 2022.

Christopher Mann MSW ’17 is now a child and adolescent inpatient clinical social worker at UCLA Health. Mann is also  co-founding co-chair of the UCLA Health Pride Network.

Rachel DuRose BA Public Affairs ’21 started a new position  as a fellow with Vox’s Future Perfect Team.

Michael Lima-Sabatini BA Public Affairs ’22 started a new position as grants coordinator at Food Forward, a nonprofit that brings fresh surplus fruits and vegetables to people experiencing food insecurity in California and neighboring states.

Rutik Shinglot BA Public Affairs ’22 is now an associate at  Tusk Strategies, a political, regulatory and communication advisory firm specializing in blockchain and crypto technology.

Triple Bruin Shana Charles BA Political Science ’97 MPP ’01 PhD ’09 was honored by Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva  as one of the Women of Distinction in District 67.

Ahmanise Sanati MSW ’10 received the Woman of the Year  Award from the California Women’s Caucus.

Triple Bruin Karina Walters BA Sociology ’87 MSW ’90  SW PhD ’95 was appointed to lead the NIH Tribal Health  Research Office.

Shonté Johnson MSW ’19 started a new position as associate clinical social worker at Epiphany counseling, consulting and treatment services.

Genevieve Hernandez MURP ’13 started a new position as director of land use for the San Diego Housing Commission.

Megan Miller MSW ’22 is now a social work clinician for  pediatric heart transplants at Stanford Children’s Health,  Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto.

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