The Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM) will be hosting an Employer Information Session. At this session, SPP alumni Corinne DeFrancisci '20 '22, Jesse Rao '19, and Tom Jones '18 will provide an overview of DBM as well as describe what it is like to work in the organization.
Lunch will be provided to attendees.
Please note that DBM is unable to sponsor visas and therefore unable to hire international students.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Corinne DeFrancisci '20 '22 attended the University of Maryland for both undergraduate and graduate studies, graduating with a Government and Politics BA in 2020 and then a Master of Public Policy in 2022. While attending UMD, she worked at the Maryland General Assembly and the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START). She began working as a Budget Analyst in June, supporting several agencies including the Departments of Labor, Juvenile Services, and Planning.
Jesse Rao '19 is a Senior Budget Analyst with the Office of Budget Analysis. Throughout his time as an analyst, Jesse's major assignments have been higher education institutions and K-12 education. He has also been the analyst for the State's lottery and retirement agencies and other small agencies. He has been with the office since June 2019, shortly after graduating with his Master's in Public Policy from the University of Maryland. Before that, he earned his Bachelor's in Government & Politics and Economics in 2018 from the University of Maryland.
Tom Jones '18 graduated from the UMD School of Public Policy in 2018 with a Master of Public Policy degree, specializing in environmental policy. Before that, he earned a Bachelor's in Environmental Science from Shepherd University in 2015. Since graduating from UMD, Tom has spent the past 5 years as a Budget Analyst at the Maryland Department of Budget and Management's Office of Budget Analysis on the Public Safety and Environment Team, where he provides budget support to environmental agencies, such as the Department of the Environment, Department of Agriculture, and the Maryland Energy Administration.