Three NYU Wagner faculty members have agreed to lend their public-policy expertise to Mayor-elect Eric Adams’
NYU Wagner joins with Union Theological Seminary in presenting a Zoom webinar titled “Sacred Priorities, Faithful Act
Anjana Sreedhar (MPA-HPAM 2020) recently published Health Care of a Thousand Slights, Connecting Legacy to Access to Healthcare, which details the history of health care disparities among marginalized communities in the United States.
Diana Mao (MPA 2008) is the Co-Founder and President of Nomi Network, an organization that she first envisioned creating during her time at NYU Wagner.
Handaa Enkh-Amgalan (MPA-PNP 2019) is the author of Stigmatized, a book that shares Handaa’s journey battling TB and the stigma associated with the disease
González-Rojas has dedicated her life—on both the local and national level—to fight for immigrant rights, racial justice, and gender equity, and she is now bringing that fight to Albany.
Andrew Maguire's (MPA 2018) upcoming book, Teaching Between the Lines, focuses on the role of youth development organizations in revealing the “hidden curriculum.”
Claudia Espinosa(MPA 2013) founded the non-profit L.O.V.E. which is dedicated to mentoring Latina girls.