DeBruyn Veers from Medicine to Public Service

Like many students at the Clinton School of Public Service, Joshua DeBruyn entered the school with strong interests in foreign policy and a year of professional public service experience on his resume. Unlike most, DeBruyn’s college education began on a path to medical school. “I star
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Hisek Continues Relief and Recovery Efforts with FEMA

Currently based in Washington D.C. as a Situation Unit Leader with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Kathryn Hisek recently spent nearly two months deployed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to assist with the relief efforts for Hurricanes Irma and Maria. “I had just started my
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Journalism Path Leads McCall to Public Service

First-year Clinton School student Christine McCall brings a unique form of public service in her path to the Clinton School: Journalism. A graduate of Boston University, McCall has worked for several newspapers in the New England area. In addition to writing for her college newspaper,
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