300 Click for offerMr. Sievert had been waiting in the wings. A provision in his employment agreement guaranteed that he would be paid as much as million if there was a change in leadership at T-Mobile and the job did not go to him. Mr. Roberts (left), 44, is a political scientist at the RAND Corporation, a nonprofit research organization in Santa Monica, Calif. He is an associate professor at Virginia Tech’s School of Public and International Affairs in Arlington, and the author of “Disasters and the American State: How Politicians, Bureaucrats, and the Public Prepare for the Unexpected.” (Cambridge University Press, 2016). He graduated cum laude from the University of Dallas, received a master’s degree in political philosophy from Claremont Graduate University in California and a doctoral degree in government from the University of Virginia.
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