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Sandra Garron is the executive director of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government. She came to Harvard in 1985, after serving for a number of years in managerial positions in the banking industry. Before coming to the Kennedy School in 1991, Sandra held the position of manager of Harvard’s Cash Management department in Central Financial Administration where she concentrated on systems analysis and development for Harvard’s rapidly changing banking environment. Currently, Sandra supports overall strategic planning and development for the Taubman Center and oversees all of the administrative and financial operations. She is also responsible for financial oversight of each of the major programs that fall under the Taubman Center umbrella, as well as the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston. Sandra is ultimately responsible for overseeing the administration of the Center's events, working papers, policy briefs and student initiatives.
Nina Tobio is the assistant director of the Taubman Center. She started working at the Center in the fall of 2006 as a senior research assistant. Before coming to the Center, she worked as a senior analyst at an economic consulting firm, and earned a master's degree in film from Boston University. She received her undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University.
Maureen Mahoney is the assistant director of finance and administration to the Taubman Center. She has been with the Kennedy School since 1990 in various capacities. Maureen was a 2001 recipient of the Dean's Award for Excellence and has served on several school wide committees, which include the Staff and Community Engagement Initiative and the New Work Systems at Harvard Design Team.
Jeanne Burke is the coordinator for the Taubman Center, where she supports the daily operations of the Center, as well as Center director Jeff Liebman, and Professors Ed Glaser, Alan Altshuler and Jose Gomez-Ibanez. Jeanne received her undergraduate degree in history and Master's degree in American history from Providence College in 2004 and 2011, respectively.