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Stay connected by joining the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs chapter. For more information, please contact Izack Tenorio, Chapter President: urbanaffairsalumni@unlv.edu.

Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Alumni Chapter

Board of Directors

  • 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

Timothy Rainey

Timothy Rainey, '04 BA Communication Studies, moved back to the West Coast last year to become program director for Entercom Communications' Top 40 station KDND-FM "107.9 The End" and hot adult contemporary station KUDL-FM "Star 106.5". As a teenager living in Reno, he regularly listened to KDND on frequent trips to the Bay Area. Before moving to California, he spent four years as program director of CBS Radio's Top 40 station WDZH-FM "98.7 AMP Radio" in Detroit. Recently he got back into snowboarding and can be caught at Lake Tahoe riding fresh powder. He lives in Sacramento.

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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