"I strive to make the world a better place in small ways."       ~Michael Nikitas
With Alum Elizabeth Schwaner '20, '21G (MPP)
"I am pursuing the Masters in Public Policy so that I can stop the problems at their source."       ~(MPP) Student Elizabeth Schwaner — Londonderry, NH
With Alum Parker LaRock '20G (MCD)
"Through this program and the support of my peers and professors, I was able to design, create and implement a community development project based on my passion for mental health."        ~(MCD) Alum Parker LaRock '20G
With Alum Ali Sekou '19G (MCD)
Carsey School of Public Policy alumni Ali Sekou '19G – a graduate of the Master in Community Development program – was recently named to the New Hampshire Union Leader's 40 Under Forty list. An immigrant of Niger, Sekou lives and works in Concord, New Hampshire.
With Alum Andreanecia Morris '20G (MCD)
"At Carsey, you'll be exposed to new ideas and new ways of doing things. You should take it all in, evaluate it, and keep the things that help you achieve your personal and professional goals."        ~ (MCD) Alum Andreanecia Morris '20G
With Alum Sarah Nadeau '19 '20G (MPP)
"Be eager to learn and discover what issue areas you are passionate about. Say 'Yes!' to every opportunity – you never know where it'll take you."        ~ (MPP) Alum Sarah Nadeau '19 '20G | The Washington Center (TWC) program at UNH,...
With Alum Nisha Grimes '16G (MCD)
Nisha Grimes '16G earned her Master in Community Development after serving as a Rural Community Development Worker with the Peace Corps. Prior to her Peace Corps service, she worked for ...
With Alum Sarah Dorner '14G (MPA)
Sarah Dorner '14G currently serves as the Associate Director of Admissions and International Outreach for the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law. She knew when she completed her undergraduate degree that she wanted to pursue a...
With Alum Safiya Adamu '15G (MCD)
Safiya Adamu knew that pursuing a masters degree would be a scary and tough endeavor however, she knew it was something she needed to do. She was excited to meet classmates from variety backgrounds and embrace their differences.
Michael Ettlinger, director of the Carsey School, believes that analytic, communications, and political skills are all skills young graduates need when they enter the workforce in the coming years. 
Pronouns: He/Him/His Hometown: Port St Lucie, FL Year: Graduate School (undergraduate 2020) Major: Bachelor of Science, Health and Physical Education; M.Ed., Education Campus Involvement: UNH Football Fun Fact: I am an avid ping...
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Hometown: Southington, CT Year: Sophomore Major: Political Science Campus Involvement: Program Coordinator of Mosaico Latinx Club, Christiensen Hall RA, Student Staff at the...