MPP class of 2018

MPP class of 2018

The Master of Public Policy class of 2018 included 119 students from 55 countries and territories.

  • Anna Abela – Maltese
  • Adetola Adegbite – Nigerian
  • Primrose Adjepong – Ghanaian
  • Kekeli Ahiable – Ghanaian
  • Ahmed Ahmed – American
  • Blessing Ajimoti – Nigerian
  • Md Shawkat Ali – Bangladeshi
  • Maitha Almemari – Emirati
  • Lione Alushula – Kenyan
  • Prosper Amuquandoh – Ghanaian
  • María Fernanda Arciniegas Cerquera – Colombian
  • Metri Arrum – Indonesian
  • Pashtoon Atif – Afghan
  • Khachik Avetikyan – Armenian
  • Mayumi Ban – Japanese
  • Elise Barber – American
  • Natalie Barnes – Australian
  • Zadig Berhe – Ethiopian
  • Antonio Beun – Argentinian
  • Sameer Bhat – Indian
  • Yelena Bidé – Beninese
  • Imdad Bosal – Pakistani
  • Sarra Boukhoubza – Moroccan
  • Daniela Chacón Lozano – Peruvian
  • Kanawat Chantaralawan – Thai
  • James Chesterfield – Australian
  • Louisa Chinedu-Okeke – Nigerian
  • Ming Zhe Choong – Singaporean
  • Chanda Chungu – Zambian
  • Cameron Clarke – American
  • Nassirou Diallo – American
  • Felix Donovan – Australian
  • Michał Dorociak – Polish
  • Alexis Doyle – American
  • Oda Dushime – Rwandan
  • Andrew Ertl – American
  • Natalia Espinola Lopez – Paraguayan
  • Lucy Ford – American
  • Anu George – Indian
  • Zhehao Gong – Chinese
  • Claire Gummo – Canadian
  • Claudio Gonzalez Caraza Campos – Mexican
  • Vikas Gupta – Indian
  • Christian Habla – Australian
  • Malindi Haggett – Australian
  • David Hernandez Benitez
  • Zuzana Hlavkova – Slovak
  • Justin Hopkins – American
  • Yifan Hou – Chinese
  • Shegufta Huma – American
  • Zile Huma – Pakistani
  • Nadeen Ibrahim – Palestinian American
  • Moeha Ido – Japanese
  • Stephanie Ifayemi – British
  • Lauren Jackson – American
  • Gaurav Jain – Indian
  • Jing Jin – Chinese
  • Mrunmai Joshi – Indian
  • Veronicah Kibati – Kenyan
  • Yeonjin Kim – Korean
  • Alina Kontisheva – Canadian
  • Pongsakorn Kwanmuang – Thai
  • María de los Ángeles Lasa – Argentinian
  • Myung Eun Lee – Korean
  • Cheryl Lo – British and Hong Kongese
  • Aditya Lolla – Indian
  • Bilal Majeed – Pakistani
  • Paula Martins Kurukawa – Brazilian
  • Christopher McIntyre – New Zealander
  • Jose Michaus Fernandez – Mexican
  • Andrew Miner – American
  • Morgan Mohr – American
  • Takeshi Mori – Japanese
  • Sarah Mourney – Australian
  • Juliana Muganza – Rwandan
  • Iskandar Muhammad – Singaporean
  • Saul Musker – South African
  • Jung Kian Ng – Malaysian
  • Yu Pang Ngan – Hong Kongese
  • Usman Nizami – British
  • Tobechukwu Nneli – Nigerian
  • Joshua Nott – South African
  • Maria Soledad Nuñez Mendez – Paraguayan
  • Richard O'Halloran – Australian
  • Felicity O'Neill – Australian
  • Nay Yan Oo – Burmese
  • Alfredo Ortega Franco – Guatemalan
  • Aliaksei Patonia – Belarusian
  • Karly Pidgeon – Australian
  • Raissa Pimentel Brunhara – Brazilian
  • Busan P K D Prasain – Nepalese
  • Dana Qarout – Jordanian
  • Mayavaram Vishwanatha Aiyar P Raman Ravinath – Indian
  • Garima Rana – Indian
  • Syed Shoaib Hasan Rizvi – Pakistani
  • Valentina Rosas Plaza – Chilean
  • Muhammad Azhar S/O Haj Mohamed – Singaporean
  • Paola Schietekat Sedas – Mexican
  • Kathryn Schneider – South African
  • Asmaa Shaboun – Egyptian
  • Patricia Silva Castillo – Venezuelan
  • Pedro Stoeckli Pires – Brazilian
  • Akira Suezawa – Japanese
  • Guillaume Sylvain – Canadian
  • Erika Tannor – American
  • Leimer Tejeda Frem – Dominican
  • Anna Vasylyeva – Ukrainian
  • Claudia Villar Arrua – Paraguayan
  • Anjali Viswamohanan – Indian
  • Camilla Vogt – American
  • Catherine Wall – American
  • Michelle Shuting Wang – Singaporean
  • Geoffrey Winters – Australian
  • Ka Yu Wong – Hong Kongese
  • Di Wu – Chinese
  • Hoi Ying Yip – Chinese
  • Junjie Zhao – Chinese
  • Aigerim Zhaparova – Kyrgyzstani