Brian Thompson

You often get as much or learn as much out of the doing and the trying and the process. And even if you’re not the first one to cross the finish line, you’ve learned how to run a race.

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Sarah Darwiche (LAPI '16) on finding creativity within a system

Sarah Darwiche ('17) was worried that she wouldn't find creative fulfillment this summer, working with DC Public Schools to create and implement a new K-12 arts curriculum. However, through getting to know her coworkers and learning more about their artistic backgrounds, Sarah realized that she didn't have to give up her own creative ideals in order to push for policy change. Read more about her journey in her own words here.

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Tony Brown

Tony Brown came from the corporate world to become a Professor of the Practice at Sanford School of Public Policy in 1993. Tony’s approach centers on action-oriented learning that produces real results and challenges students to define their own moral fiber and values.

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Shane Stansbury

And I think what that moment…helped me do is appreciate that I’m seeing a snapshot... I’m walking into a particular chapter of somebody’s life…I’m just getting a slice.

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Robert Korstad

Robert Korstad, Professor of Public Policy Studies and History, served as director of Hart Leadership Program from 1995-2001. He was instrumental in the creation of Service Opportunities in Leadership (SOL) and the Hart Fellows Program.

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