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Peter C. Fiduccia, MBA, MPA

A recent graduate of the CIPA program and former Editor-In-Chief of the Review, Peter focused on non-profit management and the links between educational performance and community development. He is currently a PhD Candidate at Cornell studying spatial statistics and education policy. Prior to Cornell, Peter earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration & Finance from Hartwick College and an MBA from Binghamton University. Peter has over five years of experience in video production, media relations and management, with focuses in strategic planning, data visualization and leadership analysis.

 

 

 

 

 

CPR Headshots - Ana FinalAna Cañedo, MPA

Ana Cañedo is a Ph.D. student at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. She holds a Master in Public Administration from Cornell University, and a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Political Science from ITAM, Mexico.

As a master student at Cornell Institute of Public Affairs (CIPA), she was Managing Editor for the Cornell Policy Review.

Prior to joining CIPA, she worked as Research Coordinator of the Human Capital Division of CIDAC, an independent, not-for-profit think tank devoted to policy-relevant research for the economic and social development of Mexico. She then served as Project Leader for the creation of the Tabasco Technology Transfer Center for the Energy Reform. Ana has authored numerous articles for Mexican newspapers and blogs on policy analysis in the areas of human capital development, education and employment.

 

 

 

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Harrison Speck, MPA

Harrison holds a Master in Public Administration from Cornell, with a concentration in public and non-profit management. While a master student at Cornell Institute of Public Affairs (CIPA), he was Senior Content Editor for the Cornell Policy Review. Before attending Cornell, he worked for the State of Texas in public assistance eligibility and, most recently, in child welfare with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Harrison’s varied background reflects his primary interests, including social policy and music royalty regulation, although he appreciates many topics outside of his experience.