The Cornell Policy Review is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 selections for Editor in Chief, Senior Managing Editor, and Senior Content Editor.
Please join us in congratulating Peter C. Fiduccia, Ana Cañedo, and Harrison Speck on their new roles, which will officially begin in May of this year. As 2015-2016 Associate Editors, their committment to the quality of the publication has been exemplary, and the current Senior Editors are excited to welcome their talent, professionalism, and integrity as our leadership progresses to the next chapter.
Peter is a 2017 CIPA Fellow studying public and non-profit management policy. He is a current Associate Editor for the Cornell Policy Review and also works as the Assistant to the Director for External Relations for CIPA. Prior to Cornell, Peter earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance from Hartwick College and his MBA from Binghamton University. Peter has over five years of experience in video production, media relations, and management. His research interests focus on strategic planning, data visualization, and leadership analysis. Peter will serve as the 2016-2017 Editor in Chief of the Cornell Policy Review.
Ana is a 2017 CIPA Fellow studying economic and financial policy, and a current Associate Editor for the Cornell Policy Review. She earned two bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Political Science from ITAM, Mexico. Prior to attending Cornell, she worked as Research Coordinator of the Human Capital Division of CIDAC, an independent, not-for-profit think tank. Ana then served as Project Leader for the creation of the Tabasco Technology Transfer Center for Energy Reform. She has authored numerous articles for Mexican newspapers and blogs on human capital development, education, and employment, and she currently publishes an online column on policy analysis for Inteligenciaindependiente.com. Ana will serve as the 2016-2017 Senior Managing Editor for the Cornell Policy Review.
Harrison is a 2017 CIPA Fellow and Associate Editor for the Cornell Policy Review, studying public and non-profit management. 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. Harrison will serve as the 2016-2017 Senior Content Editor for the Cornell Policy Review.
Eric R. Schultz,
Editor in Chief
Senior Managing Editor
Senior Content Editor