The decision to make a major career change—from banking to nonprofit work—was an easy one for Nikki Alston (BBA ’10).
Melvut “Hilmi” Cinar (BSIS ’06) wipes away stereotypes and forges meaningful relationships across cultures as vice president of the Niagara Foundation.
Strayer University alumni share why they chose nonprofit careers.
Jennifer Yeager (BSAC ’08) overcame personal adversity to build a successful and rewarding career at the Pinchot Institute.
As a community development fellow at the Partnership for Southern Equity, Shermaine Perry (MPA ’13) is living up to a career goal she set long ago.