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Newsmaker: Marco S. Attisano

Marco S. Attisano, 28, of Shadyside who received the J. Evans Rose Jr. Prize for Public Service from the University of Pittsburgh’s Dick Thornburg Forum for Law and Public Policy.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 11:54 p.m.
 

Noteworthy: Received the J. Evans Rose Jr. Prize for Public Service from the University of Pittsburgh's Dick Thornburgh Forum for Law and Public Policy

Age: 28

Residence: Shadyside

Education: Allegheny College, bachelor's degree in political science, 2009; University of Pittsburgh, law degree, May 2013.

Occupation: Legal assistant in the homicide unit at the Allegheny County District Attorney's office.

Background: After serving in the Navy, Attisano volunteered for an AmeriCorps service year and then provided more than 150 hours of voluntary service in the District Attorney's office.

Quote: “My concept of citizenship is about duties and responsibilities. Being a full citizen means contributing in a public way.”

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