Thursday, June 19, 2014

Alumni Updates

Graduates of the History & Political Science Department at Daemen are engaged in a wide variety of professional careers. 

James Felicita
 (2005, Political Science)
James Felicita (2005, Political Science, Pre Law and Criminal Justice Minor) spent several years working in law enforcement and as a deputy with the the Ontario County Sheriff's Office.  He is currently completing his Master's degree in Mental Health Care Counseling and works in Clifton Springs, New York as an acute care coordinator and care manager for individuals suffering from mental health issues, substance abuse problems, and/or chronic homelessness. As part of his responsibilities, James coordinates with a variety of health care providers, governmental agencies and legal services, to ensure that those in need receive proper treatment, care and services as they transition to outpatient services or are discharged.

Saladi Shebule (2012, Political Science) is now working as a Community Organizer for Citizen Action of New York, a non-profit political organization that fights for social, racial and economic justice. Saladi is also the President of the Somoli Bantu Community Organization of Buffalo, a group which "unites, educates, empowers, and advocates for the Somali Bantu refugees and immigrants in Buffalo, New York."

Tyler Threehouse (2010, Political Science) and Timothy S. Rentschler (2010, History and Government: Adolescent Education) are among the 2014 graduates of the the University at Buffalo School of Law.
Tim Rentschler
(2010, History & Government:
Adolescent Education)

Tyler Threehouse
(2011, Political Science)

Congratulations on your remarkable achievements!
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