In the process of moving from Florida to pursue her master's degree, Angela has found a hom ein Seattle. She finds passion in strategy implementation and execution across all industries including nonprofit, campaign, and government. Her extensive undergraduate campus involvement (Go Gators!) and short stint at the White House made this realization possible. Her ultimate professional aspiration, though, is to work in teh sector of humanitarian crises.
Angela will recieve her MPA degree from the Evans School of Public Affairs in June 2015. After graduation she plans to travel abroad more - but for now, she will continue to enjoy the outdoors in the good ol' pacific northwest.
Kerstin is a first year MPA student in the Evans School of Public Affairs. She recently finished her undergraduate degree at the University of South Carolina and spent the summer working in the tourism industry. She loves to be outside and is excited to be a part of the GPSS team.
Brian is a first year MPA student in the Evans School of Public Affairs. After graduating from George Washington in DC he worked for a year as a substitute teacher and librarian. He then worked as a research assistant for the Pew Charitable Trusts, a nonpartisan think tank in DC. Brian loves to play tennis and discuss the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.
Hailing all the way from Zimbabwe, Patricia Denga came to the USA to seek a different kind of education. She is a current Undergraduate student doing a major in International Studies and a minor in Architecture. After graduation next June, Patricia desires to pursue a direct doctorate in Architecture and then go back to her home where she will work primarily in the Architecture field. Patricia has worked in Finance, Accounting and Administration as well as administrative and assistant jobs both in the USA and in Zimbabwe. Patricia loves getting bogged down in details as well as doing anything that involves organization and administration.
Sri Harsha Garuda