Congratulations to Dr. Lisa Rawlings who will serve as the next President and CEO of the National Urban Fellows! Dr. Rawlings is a dynamic leader, a skilled strategist, and a creative problem solver with a tireless work ethic. She brings two decades of…
McCourt Alum Helps Restore Voting Rights to People with Past Criminal Convictions in Florida For decades, civil rights advocates have been fighting to ensure that all Americans can exercise their right to vote. There are many different types of systemic barriers that inhibit people from voting, many of which date…
The McCourt School of Public Policy has had a stellar year and grew in a variety of transformational ways in 2019, deepening its ongoing commitments to impact, innovation, inclusivity, and infrastructure.
Sergeant Howard Singer (MPM'17), the communications advisor to the First Deputy Police Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, is leading a new initiative to establish and expand educational and leadership opportunities for all NYPD ranks and civilian titles.
The National Urban Fellows program, which strives to develop mid-career professionals, particularly men and women of color, to be leaders and change agents in the public and nonprofit sectors, will bring 30 to 40 emerging public sector leaders to McCourt to pursue a Master’s of Policy Management.
The Bryce Harlow Foundation, which provides professional growth opportunities for individuals pursuing careers in government relations and advocacy in Washington, D.C., recently announced that Master of Policy Management (MPM) student Hanna Abou-El-Seoud was selected among its 2016-17 class of Bryce Harlow Fellows.
Georgetown University’s Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership (CPNL) is partnering with the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) and JP Morgan Chase & Co. in the new Racial Wealth Divide Initiative to address racial wealth disparities in five cities.