Public Policy Alumni Positions

Featured Public Policy Graduates


Scott Bruckner MPP 2013

Job Title: Analyst, United States Government Accountability Office (GAO)

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. This organization supports congressional oversight by auditing agency operations, investigating allegations of illegal activities, and reporting on how well government programs meet objectives. As an analyst in the Professional Development Program, I will complete rotations through three of GAO’s mission teams over the course of two years. Currently, I am on a team responsible for evaluating the Department of Defense’s programs for responding to sexual assault in the initial military training environment. Over the course of my work, I have observed basic  military  training for each of the services, analyzed oversight documentation, and briefed staff members of the House Armed Services Committee on our findings.

Juanita Warde MPP 2013

Job Title: Education Policy Analyst at New York City Administration for Children’s Services (NYC ACS), Division of Early Care and Education

The New York City Administration for Children’s Services Division of Early Care and Education administers the largest publicly funded childcare system in the country, serving over 100,000 low-income children with an annual budget of approximately $600 million.

This division aims to improve access to high-quality early childhood education programs for our most vulnerable populations. At NYC ACS, I am responsible for analyzing how actual and potential policy changes generated from both State and Federal authorities will affect our programs. I also draft briefs regarding ACS positions on recent legislative changes that affect child welfare practice as well as prepare documents and official analysis that is widely used in both City and State budget proceedings.

Eric Baum MPP/MBA 2012

Job Title: Supervisory Development Graduate Program, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Financial Institution Supervision Group oversees banks, money management firms and other financial service providers with more than $50 billion of assets under management. This department aims to create greater overall stability through careful regulation of this sector. As a participant in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Supervisory Development program, an initiative that trains bank regulators, examiners and policy analysts, I will complete a 2-year regimen that concludes in 2014. During this period, I will gain hands-on experience in various aspects of the Bank's oversight activities.

Daniel Kravetz MPP/MCRP 2012

Job Title: Fundraising and Media Coordinator at New Jersey Community Capital

New Jersey Community Capital provides financial investments and technical assistance to revitalize underserved neighborhoods across New Jersey, fostering the creation of hundreds of affordable housing units, educational opportunities, and quality jobs every year. At NJCC, I am responsible for securing operating grants and investment capital to expand organizational capacity. I also craft press releases, success stories, social media, and other public relations material to convey the importance of NJCC's work to stakeholders, both within New Jersey and elsewhere in the country.

Organizations Employing Recent EJB Public Policy Alumni

Applied Energy Group
Apprise Energy Research
Blueprint Research Group
Connecticut Department of Revenue Services
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Office of Governor Christie
Healthcare Quality Strategies
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Maryland Department of Legislative Services

Mission First Housing Development Corporation
National Institute for Early Education Research
New Jersey Community Capital

New Jersey Department of Labor
New Jersey Office of Legislative Services
New Jersey Office of Management and Budget
New Solutions Inc.
Novo Nordisk
Pew Charitable Trusts
Princeton Survey Research Associates
Quintiles Transnational
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Social Science Research Solutions
Zais Group