A former federal prosecutor at the Department of Justice discusses the value of a public service career
David Grise, a retired federal prosecutor from the Justice Department and a current legal studies professor at Morehead State University, spoke with us about his 32-year career in the federal government. He recalls some of his best moments prosecuting cases, his decision to begin a career in public service and what kept him working in government for so long.
The Sammies Series: Q&A with Microsoft and the Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid Strike Force team
2020 Service to America Medals finalists Thomas Prevoznik, deputy assistant administrator at the Drug Enforcement Administration, and Gary Cantrell, deputy inspector general for investigations at the Department of Health and Human Services, spoke with Microsoft’s Toni Townes-Whitley about their efforts to address the country’s deadly opioid epidemic.
The Sammies Series: Q&A with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cedric Sims and civil rights lawyer Jon Michael Seward
2020 Service to America Medals finalist Jon Michael Seward, a principal deputy chief in the Department of Justice’s civil rights division, spoke with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cedric Sims, about his work ensuring underserved and minority communities gain access to credit.