alumni spotlight

May 22, 2020
Graduate Admissions Office
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs extends a heartfelt congratulations to Sagatom Saha (MPA ’20) and Minh-Thu Pham (MPA ’03), on their honorable selection as 2020 Asian American Pacific Islander National Security and Foreign Policy Next Generation Leaders. This recognition is awarded to experts serving in government, think tanks, academia, NGOs, and the media. Throughout his developing career, Sagatom has served as a...
Amber Greene
Oct 18, 2019
Graduate Admissions Office
We're keen to profile our alumni who are doing great work across all policy areas and in all different forms. In this blog Amber Greene, MPP '12, who is VP of Government Practice at Ogilvy Public Relations, reflects on a few questions below. It was great to see Amber back on campus for the Thrive conference. What does the WWS community mean to you—on campus and across class years? I feel incredibly privileged to be part of the WWS community. We...
Oct 5, 2019
Graduate Admissions Office
We’re in the midst of THRIVE 2019 on Princeton’s campus. It is wonderful to see so many Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs alumni back on campus. We always love to connect with you—here in Princeton and on the road. Thrive: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton’s Black Alumni, runs from October 3 - 5, 2019. The conference follows up on three previous black alumni conferences: 2006: Coming Back and Looking Forward Conference...
Jul 1, 2019
Graduate Admissions Office
Population Works Africa, a feminist network of consultants working to elevate African development solutions that are locally rooted, recently profiled Morgan McClain-McKinney Limo, a 2017 graduate of our Master in Public Policy program and current Foreign Service Officer at USAID. As part of the Population Works Africa Instagram series, Morgan shared her thoughts on why black women in development are so important. We reproduce them here: "...
Jun 10, 2019
Graduate Admissions Office
Eric Johnson, the 60th Mayor-Elect of Dallas, epitomizes exactly what the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is all about. A former Congressman in the Texas House of Representatives, where he has served since 2010, Johnson was just elected to be the 60th Mayor of Dallas, the second African-American to hold this position. The WWS is proud of Mayor-Elect Johnson, and have tracked his career with pride. From his time with the...
Oct 31, 2018
Graduate Admissions Office
This blog is reposted from Princeton Alumni Weekly. In this alumni spotlight, we at the Woodrow Wilson School are proud of Kathy Roth-Douquet, an MPA alum, for her work to make a difference. Bravo, Kathy! Our admissions process seeks to identify individuals committed to public service. For one such story, please see the article about Kathy's work and the influence her MPA from the WWS played, especially regarding how she approaches solving...