Two Carey Students Named Presidential Management Fellows Finalists

Ramadan Ali and Alisha Hurtado were recently named finalists for the class of 2019 prestigious Presidential Fellows Program (PMF).

Two Johns Hopkins Carey Business School students, Ramadan Ali and Alisha Hurtado, were recently named finalists for the class of 2019 prestigious Presidential Fellows Program (PMF).

Run by the U.S. Government’s Office of Personnel Management, the PMF Program is a flagship development leadership program created for advanced degree candidates, focusing on ultimately developing a cadre of potential leaders in government. Finalists who ultimately receive an appointment participate in a two-year training and development program within a U.S. Government department or agency. Finalists have 12 months from the announcement of their selection to accept and start a PMF appointment.

My time as a Carey Business School student, and as a former member of the Carey Student Government Association, inspired me to pursue a career path that impacts national issues and effects societal change.”

alisha hurtado | flexible mba 

Ali, a full-time MS in Health Care Management student, and Hurtado, a Flexible MBA student, are part of a truly select group. For 2019, the Program received 4,045 applications, of which only 351 were selected as Finalists. The Finalists’ pool this year represents approximately 56 different disciplines and 113 academic institutions worldwide.

“As a 2019 PMF finalist, I have been given an incredible opportunity to make a difference in public service,” said Hurtado. “My time as a Carey Business School student, and as a former member of the Carey Student Government Association, inspired me to pursue a career path that impacts national issues and effects societal change. I look forward to joining this prestigious program that advances agency missions and promotes leadership development in the federal government,” she added.

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December 20, 2018

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