We’ve recently received exciting news from several 2012 Clinton School graduates who have landed public service jobs. Here’s a round-up of alumni job news:
Fernando Cutz is currently serving as a presidential management fellow at USAID in Washington D.C., where he works at the Office of the Executive Secretariat. He helps prepare materials, brief and organize events for the administrator of USAID.
Jasmine Medley just accepted a position as judicial education assistant at the Administrative Office of the Courts for the Arkansas Judiciary. She will help plan, implement and evaluate the judicial branch staff’s continuing education and training meetings throughout the state.
Derrick Rainey is serving as a long-term substitute teacher at Cloverdale Elementary School in Little Rock where he teaches music, choir and is starting and orchestra program. He’s also an ordained associate minister and minister of music at Grater Faith Church.
Anatoly Shatkovskyy recently accepted a position in Ukraine as milk projects manager with Danone, a French-based food products corporation. Shatkovskyy will work on two Danone projects in partnership with Heifer International that support dairy production and improve living conditions and incomes for small dairy famers.
Erin Stock just began her job as online coordinator with InterAction, a coalition of more than 190 U.S.-based NGOs in Washington D.C. She will be responsible for the organization’s website and also serve as a communications point person for InterAction’s policy team.