“Getting my MPH in Health Policy and Management definitely gave me a competitive advantage. I was interested in federal health care consulting, which is very competitive and difficult to get your foot in the door. Rollins and HPM gave me all the resources and support to get my dream job out of school. Everyone around you is there to help you grow personally and professionally and I am very grateful for my HPM family!”
- Erin Swendsen, MPH 2019


  • Gain unparalleled access to work with leading public health organizations and companies, such as the CDC, American Cancer Society, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Accenture.
  • Receive long-term, personalized advisement and guidance throughout your graduate school journey and into your professional career
  • Join a robust alumni network of HPM graduates available to you for mentorship and career development.
  • Learn from progressive faculty who bring their real-world experience into the classroom.


Congratulations to our HPM Students who recently became

Presidential Management Fellows finalists!

Student Don DeBevoise


Don DeBevoise
MPH 2023, Presidential Management Fellows Finalist


“I feel honored to be selected as a finalist for the PMF program. The PMF program gives recent graduates like me the unique opportunity to commit themselves to public service and develop their careers. In my public health career, I want to promote health equity and support the wellbeing of the population through public policy. Working in the government, I can collaborate with other mission-driven individuals and help serve my country and its people. I look forward to applying my RSPH education and joining the public health workforce.”

Jade del Vecchio
MPH 2023, Presidential Management Fellows Finalist

Student Jade  del Vecchio

Student Chloe Miwa

“I feel incredibly honored and excited to be a finalist for the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program. As someone who will be entering the workforce for the first time, I was drawn to the PMF program because it offers a robust experience to engage and make an impact in public health, with potential opportunities for mentorship, networking, and rotations. By challenging myself to grow as a leader, I could gain a strong foundation for my future career.”

Chloe Miwa
MPH 2023, Presidential Management Fellows Finalist

"I applied for the PMF program because I strive to build my career around service leadership. I thank all my Rollins mentors, professors, and friends for inspiring me and building my public health foundation. I am passionate about finding ways to finance effective health programs and policies. I look forward to exploring federal roles that promote and develop sustainable methods of achieving health equity."

Mohinee Mukherjee
MPH 2023, Presidential Managment Fellows Finalist
Student Mohinee Mukherjee


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