Policy and Consulting: Utilizing a Public Policy degree in the field

Tue., September 21, 2021 | 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

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Chicago, IL 60637
United States

Sponsored By: Office of Admissions

Join Harris Alumni from the Master's of Public Policy (MPP) and Evening Master's Program (EMP) as they discuss their career journeys and the impact of a policy degree in consulting. Learn how to use the degree to advance or pivot into the industry.

The following alumni will discuss their experiences:

  • Annie Gentile, MPP’20, is a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton's Civilian Health Team. Her current work focuses on supporting Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in increasing access to electronic health information through policy development and strategic engagement. Annie developed her passion for improving government service delivery through an internship with Governor Lamont. Prior to joining Booz Allen Hamilton, Annie was a 5th grade teacher in Hartford, CT for three years with Teach for America.
  • Rosa Benusa, AM’19, is a manager at Accenture, leading strategy and business architecture work in the internal IT organization. She was a student in EMP Cohort 2. She looks to couple her IT experience with public policy and data analysis, to bring a different perspective to the corporate environment.
  • Jill Francke MPP'13, is a Technical Strategist/Strategic Innovation Lead at Planet Technologies, where they have served in various roles over the past 6.5 years. Prior to their work at Planet Technologies, they were an Online Communications Assistant for Equal Justice USA.
  • Erin Marwah Reddy, AM’19, is a Senior Associate with Basis Policy Research. Previously she served as the Associate Director for the National Association of Charter School Authorizers. She earned her AM degree from the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice.
  • Madeline Soskin, MPP'21, is a Senior Consultant with Deloitte. Previously she served as a consultant with the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund.