Larry Pellegrini has always been interested in getting to know people.
“I appreciate where people come from,” Pellegrini says, “what makes people who they are, not just the superficial things, but their underlying substantive realities.”
A 2009 graduate of the University of Connecticut’s master’s of public administration (MPA) and certificate in non-profit management programs, Pellegrini is now completing a second master’s degree in social work (MSW), along with certificates in survey research, public financial management, and mental health and substance abuse.
Transitioning out of a seven-year career as an economist, Pellegrini had spent his previous career producing statistics on society in the past and present.
Courtesy of UConn Today
April 28, 2010
By: Heather Turner, CLAS ’12