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Friday, September 20, 2019

Success Stories

Megan Howard: 2014 PMF
Megan started her PMF appointment with the Food and Drug Administration. "In retrospect, it should not have been surprising - being selected as a PMF means having to prove yourself from day one. But there’s the other side - from my first day as a Federal employee on, being a PMF afforded me incredible opportunities for growth and career development, and an experience I will carry with me for the rest of my life."   More
Homa Hassan: 2014 PMF
Homa started her PMF fellowship at the U.S. Department of State's Office of Foreign Assistance Resources. "The PMF Program has opened up professional and personal doors for me..."   More
John Abrams: 2013 PMF
John became a PMF at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in July of 2013 learning all he could about NIH and the PMF Program at the NIH Training Center in the Office of Human Resources.   More
C. Owen Highfill: 2008 PMF
As a planning analyst, I helped create FHFA's first planning and performance documents, including the Agency Strategic Plan, the annual Agency Performance Plan, and the Performance and Accountability Report.   More
Andre Castillo: 2010 PMF
In just his third month on the job, Andre Castillo created and led the Department of Veterans Affairs Task Force on Multi-Generational Recruitment and Retention, under the directive of the Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Administration, John U. Sepúlveda.   More