Alum Greg Holyfield Goes to Liberia to Help Fight Ebola

The article below originally appeared on local NBC affiliate news station WSMV in Nashville, TN. A Nashville man who is part of the disaster response team in Liberia has experienced firsthand the hard work and challenges the Ebola outbreak presents. “We’re working our rear
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My Pledge to Public Service

This blog post originally appeared on the Clinton Foundation’s blog. Erin O’Leary is an alum of the Clinton School. I will get things done for America – to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier. I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities. F
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Arkansas Minority Health Commission Director and Clinton School Alum Idonia Trotter Named Executive Director of Houston-Based Non-Profit

The Board of Directors of Gateway to Care (GTC), a Houston, Texas-based non-profit health care collaborative, is pleased to announce Idonia L. Trotter, JD, MPS as its new Executive Director beginning October 1, 2014. Trotter will follow in the footsteps of founder and long-time Execut
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Alum Jay Thompson (’09) Wins Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Award

The Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Awards recognize outstanding City Year alumni who are continuing their commitment to strengthening community, inspiring, mobilizing, and empowering others, creating and developing sustainable solutions for social change and who exemplify the core va
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Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellows to Start in Fall 2014 at Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Includes a Clinton School Graduate

The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security is pleased to announce the selection of three successful candidates for the Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellowship program. Ashley Binetti, a 2014 J.D. graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, will serve as the 2014-2015 Hilla
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Cisneros Center for New Americans Names First American Dream Fellows, Two of Three Fellows are Clinton School Graduates

The Cisneros Center for New Americans, a nonpartisan, non-profit institution founded by Henry Cisneros, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Bill Clinton, focused on immigrant integration and improving access to avenues of opportunity for immigrants, today
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Alum Fernando Cutz Helps Village Secure Clean Drinking Water

When Clinton School graduate Fernando Cutz (’12)  was working with Village Life in Nyambogo, Tanzania on his international public service project, he secured grant funding and private support for a well that would help provide clean water for those living in the village.  Prior 
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Alum Angela Jimenez-Leon Partners with Family Health, Work Featured in El Latino Magazine

The Family Health Branch of the Arkansas Department of Health has completed a successful collaboration with Dr. Angela Jimenez-Leon, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate. As part of her final project, she worked with the Family Branch to identify factors th
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Scott Curran Named General Counsel for the Clinton Foundation

Scott Curran, a 2006 Clinton School graduate, has been named General Counsel of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation. He began working with the Foundation in 2006 and has been serving as Deputy General Counsel since December 2012. In his new role, he will manage the Founda
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Alum Jordan Aibel (’13) Accepts Position with Lotus Impact

Jordan Aibel  (’13) has accepted a  position with Lotus Impact, a fund which actively invests in private enterprises which help address social and environmental  problems with solutions that generate sustainable income and employment. The fund will invest in businesses in Vietna
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