Paths in Public Service

Paths in Public Service (PPS) is a series developed by the Public Policy Program (P-cubed) that provides students an informal opportunity to speak firsthand with practitioners from outside Hunter College to learn about their experiences as policymakers, social entrepreneurs, issue advocates, and community activists, in addition to their journeys en route.

Past PPS events:

Mark Hannay, Director of the Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign and winner of the Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize, will discuss New… Read more


A conversation with Christina Chang, Deputy Commissioner of Policy & External Affairs at New York City Department of Health and Mental… Read more


A conversation with Bradley Tusk, political strategist, campaign manager for Bloomberg 2009, and former Deputy Governor of the State of… Read more


A conversation with Dr. Melony Samuels, founder and executive director of Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger and winner of the… Read more


Umair Khan, Esquire
Counsel to New York State Senator Kevin Parker
Mr. Khan previously served as the Assistant Counsel to Senator… Read more


Eric Tucker, DPhil
Director of Education Partnerships, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Dr. Eric Tucker is an applied researcher and… Read more


Adnan Kifayat, MA
Afghanistan Task Force, U.S. Treasury Department
Adnan Kifayat currently serves on the Afghanistan Task Force at… Read more


On November 10, 2011, Roosevelt House Public Policy Program presented “Paths in Public Service with Fiona… Read more


On November 2, 2011, Roosevelt House Public Policy program presented “Paths in Public Service with Genevieve… Read more


On October 20, 2011, Roosevelt House  Public Policy Program presented “Paths in Public Service with Elizabeth… Read more


Sujatha Sebastian is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Her interest in public policy developed her… Read more


On May 4, 2011 the Public Policy Program at Hunter College hosted its first discussion of its Paths in Public Service series with… Read more