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Master of Science in Nonprofit Management Commencement

Master of Science in Nonprofit Management Commencement

Sunday, August 25, 2013 4:00 pm


Congratulations to the 2013 graduates!

Mirana V. Bass
Domonique Battle
Christopher Boyce
Douglas Joseph Brann
Marissa S. Buckles
Tabitha Cook
Deirdre D. Crye
Latina Drashell Harris
Lesley Roselle Haycock
Kimberly A. Henry-Thornton
Tiheta L. Hinton
Judith L. Keller-Nerette
Megan Krancic
Melanie Lynne Lavine
Filiberto Rios Jr.
Kenneth Kyungdu Roh
Michael D. Ryniec
Jeong Weon Shin
Bernadette S. Steele
Anderia Mary Steward
Jason Strietzel

Eva Yvette Diaz  
DeAnna Rose Dyhr  
Sarah L. Elsner  
Derrick Marcell Fleming, Jr.                 
Yakima Fleming Thomas
Renata Megan Gomez
Brittany Jasmine Harris
Monique McClurge
Lanette T. McDonald
Tara L. Nance
Tamela Jeannine Odom
George Frederick O’Neill
Brenda M. Palms Barber
LaTanya Celest Pumphrey
Louis Stromberg
Ava Toney-Snider
Amy Mallace Tzur
Michael K. Vega
Cynthia Elaine Walker
Tina Marie West
Annette E. Whitworth

 

About the Program

The Master of Science
in Nonprofit Management

Since its inception in 1982, more than a thousand men and women of diverse backgrounds have received graduate degrees in nonprofit mamagement from Spertus. The Master of Science in Nonprofit Management (MSNM) program was initiated to further Spertus’ commitment to the community and continues to exemplify that commitment today. Graduates have improved the impact and effectiveness of many Chicago-area nonprofit and governmental organizations.

Graduation Address

This year's graduation address was given by Jeffrey L. Esser, the executive director and chief executive officer
of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). In his professional work, research, and publications he has addressed a broad range of critical issues related to nonprofit organizations. We were delighted to welcome him as our keynote speaker and to have him share his extensive experience and impressive insights about the challenges and opportunities facing nonprofit organizations.

Student Speaker

This year's student speaker was
Brenda M. Palms Barber.

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