Maxwell School of Syracuse University
Class of 2015
Conor graduated from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in 2015 with dual degrees in Public Administration (M.P.A.) and International Relations (M.A.I.R.), with a focus on environmental and development issues.
He is currently working as a program analyst for the Office of Inspector General in the U.S. Department of the Interior. As a part of the Strategy Management Office, he is responsible for policy development, strategic planning and data analysis in support of the agency’s mission to combat corruption, fraud, waste and abuse in the Department.
Prior to entering federal service, Conor worked at the World Wildlife Fund in multiple roles, first as a member of the Private Sector Engagement team, and later as a part of the Policy and Government Affairs division, coordinating the organization’s Global Environment Facility program.
After graduating from UCLA in 2010, he served two years in the AmeriCorps national service program, working in local government and nonprofit organizations on the West Coast.
Conor was born and raised in Orange County, CA.