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Her most recent positions include senior advisor to the Secretary, principal deputy director in the Office of Policy Planning and chief of staff to the Deputy Secretary.
The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) and its Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee (JJAC) are announcing a second round of grants for a school-police-community collaboration called the Right Response CT Network, which will work to enhance school safety and reduce arrests through consistent and appropriate handling of disruptive students.
Jasemine Chambers Joins Firm from USPTO's Office of Policy and External Affairs --
Patrick Maher, former deputy director of the CIA's Office of Policy Support.
Department of Housing and Urban Development programs and an understanding of how these programs intersect with welfare and other anti-poverty programs, after serving as the director of the policy development division of the Office of Policy Development and Research at HUD.
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research.
A graduate of Stanford University and the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Marincola was director of development for Stanford University Hospital before she came to Washington in 1990 as deputy director of the Office of Policy Analysis and Coordination of the National Institute of Mental Health.
According to CCEF, Bowles, who has been a director of the organization since 2000, is currently a medical policy consultant for the Connecticut Department of Social Services and previously served the State of Connecticut in positions with the Office of Policy and Management, the Connecticut Energy Advisory Board, the Energy and Technology Committee and the Regional Planning Organizations.