MAGES alumni pursue an impressive array of career paths in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Employers include diverse entities such as: the United States Department of State, USAID, Booz Allen Hamilton, the World Bank, the Delegation of the European Union to the United States, and the German Marshall Fund. While some alumni choose to become transatlantic leaders in Washington, D.C. after graduation, many build successful careers in cities across the country and around the world.
Alumni Board of Officers
- President – Devin Horne ’15
- Vice President – Brad Kelly ’15
- Board Member – Christopher Meissner ’07
- Board Member – Katherine Shea ’16
- Board Member – Rijaab Mansoor ’17
- Board Member – Lexie Ryan ’17
- Board Member – Pete Giannino ’18
- Overseas Alumni Coordinator – Christopher Porter ’98
Any MAGES alumni looking to reconnect with fellow alumni, meet the current students and faculty, or join the mailing list please email the CGESAA Board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In an article for AICGS, Dr. Eric Langenbacher (MAGES ’98) highlights diverse reasons for the decline of the CSU’s voting share in recent Bavarian elections. “The advent of real multi-party competition and coalition governance is a result to celebrate.”
Neil Walther graduated in 2014 and works as the Assistant to the President at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Washington, D.C.
Elaine Kelley graduated in 2010 and works as a Foreign Service Officer at the United States Department of State.
Anastasiya Shapochkina graduated in 2009 and works as an Economics and Strategy Analyst for EDF in Paris, France.
Reneta Kugele graduated in 2009 and is a Vice President, Investment Services, Bank of New York Mellon in Frankfurt, Germany.
Brent Goff graduated in 1999 and works as the Chief News Anchor at DW News in Berlin, Germany.