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Committed to Making a Difference, Alumna Uses GW Education to Help Others

Committed to Making a Difference, Alumna Uses GW Education to Help Others

British psychologist Dr. Robert Holden says, “If you are alive, you need help.” It’s no surprise that this is one of Marie Sansone’s favorite quotations. As an environmental lawyer, pioneering public health professional, and head of Washington, D.C.’s disease prevention and treatment agency, Marie, CCAS BA ’78, has built an impressive career working to assist

Alumna Funds GW Philosophy Lecture Series

GW’s department of philosophy invites all alumni to the upcoming First Annual Sophia Lecture, featuring Dr. Gayle Salamon of Princeton University. Dr. Salamon’s lecture, “Phenomenological Anonymity,” will explore anonymity in the work of Alfred Schutz and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. In her presentation, Dr. Salamon will look at the role anonymity plays in several areas of phenomenological

Heather A. Higginbottom, CCAS MA ’99

Heather A. Higginbottom, CCAS MA ’99, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget on Oct. 20. Ms. Higginbottom, who studied public policy at GW, was nominated to the post by President Obama in January. She recently served as deputy director of the White House Domestic Policy

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