Winter 2012 Student, Alumni, Faculty and Staff Happenings

More news about our MPA students, alums, faculty and staff!


  • Lauren Houde (MPA, 2004) has been promoted from a position as Administration Services Manager at the Marin County Community Development Agency to a new position as Assistant Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk with the County of Marin.
  • Brian Fabian (MPA, 2006) has been named Program Manager at the UCSF Liver Center.
  • At St. Mary’s College, alum Holly Dalton (MPA, 2007) now serves as Director, Admissions and Recruitment for Graduate Business Programs in the School of Economics and Business Administration.  Holly was previously the Associate Director of Recruitment there and has also done admissions and recruiting work for the Presidio Graduate School.
  • Doug Cook (MPA, 2009) has opened his own accounting firm (Cook and Company) to do nonprofit audits and other financial work and is also now teaching at Golden Gate University in their Accounting Department.
  • Leslie Werosh (MPA, 2010) is now Senior Director of Special Education and Development at the California Autism Foundation.

Recent Grads

  • Jacob Lile (MPA, December 2011) was named Director of Housing at Shelter Network in San Mateo County.   Jacob finished his MPA in December 2011.
  • Christine Wachira (MPA, December 2011) was promoted from post-op Nurse to a management position as Case Manager at Stanford Hospital;  she is now responsible for coordinating the patient care for patients on three difference services.

Current Students

  • June Katzschner (current student) is now a Foundation Officer in the Development Department at Earthjustice.

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