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  • Izack Tenorio – President
    '17 MPA Public Administration
  • Linett Posada – Vice President
    16 BS Public Administration
  • Nicole Santero – Secretary
    '16 MA Journalism & Media Studies; '13 BA Communication Studies
  • Christian Salas – Treasurer
    '15 BA Criminal Justice
  • Yessica Palma – Member at Large
    '19 MSW Social Work

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Jon Castagnino, a graduate of the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, discusses his academic career.

Jon Castagnino, a graduate of the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, discusses his academic career.

Guy Demarco, a graduate of of the emegrency crisis management degree program, describes his experiences in the master's program.

Guy Demarco, a graduate of of the emegrency crisis management degree program, describes his experiences in the master's program. 

Class Notes

David Deuel

David Deuel, ’90 BA Criminal Justice, retired in 2011 after 20 years with the Nevada department of public safety. He says he had outstanding coworkers and also met a number of interesting individuals during his career as a parole and probation officer. He and his wife relocated to northern Michigan after his retirement. They enjoy the four seasons and not being able to even see a neighbor’s house from their own. Their black lab, Bella, keeps them busy as she loves the snow, the lakes, hiking, and chasing tennis balls. They live in Indian River.

Magdalena Zepeda

Magdalena Zepeda, ’02 MA Communication Studies, this year was promoted to assistant principal at Central Middle School in Riverside, California. Her hobbies are long-distance running, mentoring, reading, and writing. She lives in Coachella.

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