NNIP Alumni Network

Over the history of NNIP, we have experienced a modest turnover of key individuals from partner organizations that represented significant losses to the network. Many leaders in our field either retire or transition into related positions in non-NNIP workplaces. The NNIP Alumni Network enables interested individuals to retain their affiliation with the partnership beyond their tenure at an NNIP partner organization.

Through the Alumni Network, we minimize the loss of knowledge, experience and innovative thinking when individuals leave the NNIP partner organizations. It also serves to broaden the perspectives and insights possible within NNIP by drawing on varied institutional perspectives and approaches as established NNIP participants move on to other workplaces.  The network has established criteria and procedures for nominating and admitting alumni.

Current NNIP Alumni

First Name Last Name Current Organizationsort descending
Jenn Comey District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education
Aaron Truchil Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Eleanor Tutt Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Jim Gibson Center for the Study of Social Policy
Greg Sanders Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
Charles Bruner Child and Family Policy Center
Joy Bonaguro City and County of San Francisco
Jeffrey Arp City of Milwaukee
Rebecca Lee District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education
Michael Rich Emory University
Max Weselcouch Facebook
James Farnam Farnam Associates
Lisa Nelson Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Randy Rosso Food Research and Action Center
Devin Keithley Groundwork Ohio
Richard Frieder Hartford Public Library
Joe Baldwin Independent Consultant
Jacob Wascalus Independent Consultant
Jake Cowan Independent Consultant
TJ Maciak Independent Consultant
Jay Colbert Independent Contractor
Jordan Wirfs-Brock Inside Energy / Rocky Mountain PBS
Elaine Ortiz Kaleidoscope Pathways
Kurt Metzger Kurt R. Metzger & Associates
Holly St. Clair MassIT - Massachusetts Office of Information Technology
Gustavo Rotondaro Metrica, LLC
Michael Hodge Nashville Organized for Action and Hope
Denice Ross New America
Sean Capperis New York City, Department of Housing Preservation and Development
Kat Hartman NiJeL
Elizabeth Guernsey Open Society Foundations
Josh Wheeling Philadelphia School Partnership
Todd Clausen Rescue Dog Technology
David Solet Retired
Garth Taylor Retired
Sandy Ciske Retired
Elena Filios Retired
Ryan Kelly Rhode Island Office of Digital Excellence
Jim Lucht Rhode Island Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner
Phyllis Betts Strategic City Solutions
Aaron Schill The Foundation Center
Caroline Bhalla University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy
Neil Bania Washington State Institute for Public Policy