2016 Inductees

  • Elizabeth Butzer Habermann
    Class of 1998
    Education | Research Writing

        

    • University of Wisconsin-Madison - BS in Biology & Environmental Studies - 2002
    • University of Minnesota-Minneapolis - MPH in Public Health Administration and Policy - 2006
    • University of Minnesota-Minneapolis - PhD in Health Services Research, Policy and Administration - 2008
    • Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Scientific Director for Surgical Outcomes, Mayo Clinic Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery - present
    • Associate Professor of Health Services Research, Division of Health Care Policy and Research, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine - present
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota - 2008-2012
    • Co-author of over 95 peer-reviewed publications in medical journals
    • International speaker on research methodology and surgical outcomes research

     

      Elizabeth Butzer Habermann  
         

    Kristin (Jensen) Pettersen
    Class of 2004
    Humanitarian

      

    • Western Washington University-Bellingham, WA - BA in Political Science - 2008
    • Georgetown University School of Foreign Service-Washington, DC - Masters in Security Studies - 2016
    • Research Analyst, Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, United States Governament, Washington, DC - present
    • Global Futures Security Fellow, Georgetown Office of the President, Washington, DC - 2016
    • Consultant & Researcher/Analyst - Columbian National Police Agency - Bogotá, Colombia - 2015
    • Research Assistant - RAND Corporation / Georgetown / Department of Defense - Washington, DC - 2015
    • Ministry of Education Development Volunteer - U.S. Peace Corp - Karibib, Namibia - 2001-2013
    • Development Assistant - Mercy Corp - Seattle, WA - 2010-2011 & 2014
    • Noncommissioned Officer of Marines & Bulk Fuel Specialist - U.S. Marine Corp - Ft. Lewis, WA - 2004-2011
    • Research Affiliate - Center for International Development & Conflict Management - College Park, MD - 2009-2010
    • Volunteer - Global Surgical & Medical Support Group, Intl. Rescue Committee, World Affairs Council and Model UN  
       Kristen Pettersen