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The power of purpose, personal connections and paying attention
The power of purpose, personal connections and paying attention

The power of purpose, personal connections and paying...

The power of purpose, personal connections and paying attention

Alumni Profiles

The power of purpose, personal connections and paying attention

By: Alexandra Skrivanek. Stuart Levenbach began his career in marine policy exploring how anemones, macroalgae, sea urchins and fish interact on rocky reefs off southern California. Less than two decades later, he was appointed as the Chief of Staff of NOAA. Dr. Levenbach always knew he would play a role in advancing natural resource policy in...
From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural identity in between
From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural identity in between

From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural...

From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural identity in between

Alumni Profiles

From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural identity in between

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In this article, former Knauss fellow Lisa Kim explores her Korean identity and how it has influenced her early career journey with coastal science policy.
A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares her career journey within NOAA
A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares her career journey within NOAA

A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares...

A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares her career journey within NOAA

Alumni Profiles

A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares her career journey within NOAA

By: Josie Lindsey-Robbins. Coming from a small town in rural Missouri, Emily never imagined she would end up living and working near Washington, D.C. Today, Emily serves as the Director of Formulation and Congressional Analysis (FCA) for NOAA Research. She began her journey in NOAA as a 2005 Knauss Fellow, placed within the National Ocean Service...

Thursday, June 18, 2020

The power of purpose, personal connections and paying attention

Advice from Knauss alum Stuart Levenbach, Ph.D. on the path to leadership in public policy

By: Alexandra Skrivanek. Stuart Levenbach began his career in marine policy exploring how anemones, macroalgae, sea urchins and fish interact on rocky reefs off southern California. Less than two decades later, he was appointed as the Chief of Staff of NOAA. Dr. Levenbach always knew he would play a role in advancing natural resource policy in Washington, D.C., having full confidence in the Knauss fellowship. However, there were a few plot twists along the way.

 

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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

From South Korea to America: How I embraced my cultural identity in between

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In this article, former Knauss fellow Lisa Kim explores her Korean identity and how it has influenced her early career journey with coastal science policy.

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

A long and winding road: Knauss alum, Emily Larkin, shares her career journey within NOAA

By: Josie Lindsey-Robbins. Coming from a small town in rural Missouri, Emily never imagined she would end up living and working near Washington, D.C. Today, Emily serves as the Director of Formulation and Congressional Analysis (FCA) for NOAA Research. She began her journey in NOAA as a 2005 Knauss Fellow, placed within the National Ocean Service in the suite of the administrative assistant, who was Dr. Richard Spinrad at the time. 

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