Jefferson Public Policy Program names new Program Board Advisors| May 4, 2012
At the 25th Anniversary Session of the Jefferson Program Board of Advisors held on-campus on April 14, 2012, Dr. Robert Trice Jr. W&M ’68, President of the Board, and Professor Eric R. Jensen, director of the Jefferson Program in Public Policy, announced the appointments of two new Advisors.
The Advisors, who serve three year terms, are as follow:
- U.S. Ambassador (ret.) Charles Ford W&M’72, Acting Assistant Secretary & Acting Director General of the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington D.C.
- Mr. Scott McCleskey W&M’84, Global Head of Financial Services Regulation,Thomas Reuters, New York, New York.
The Jefferson Program’s MPP and A.B. degrees in public policy provide exceptional students with the rigorous professional skillsets required to improve policymaking at all levels of government, at not-for-profit organizations, and at private sector firms in the U.S. and abroad. A full description of the Jefferson Program plus the complete list and biographies of the Board of Advisors may be found online.