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Location: Washington D.C., DC, USA
School: American University
Field of study: International Affairs, Global Economy and Environmental Sustainability


2112 Eighth St NW, Washington, DC 20001. ------------
American University, School of International Service (SIS)
B.A.: International Studies, Political Economy & Environmental Sustainability Focuses
Washington, DC
Graduated May 2020 ▪ American University Scholars: Selective living-learning community that fosters creativity, critical thinking,
and problem solving through transformative research experiences and other scholarly activities
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights February 2020-May 2020
Policy Intern
Washington, DC
▪ Provided research and logistical support for issue-based teams of Fair Courts and Justice Reform including tracking legislation, creating memorandums on pressing topics, etc.
▪ Attended weekly professional development workshops on Communications, Policy, Advocacy Writing
▪ Participated in internal team meetings and taskforce meetings with Coalition partners to coordinate
organizational goals and efforts
Center for American Progress September 2019-December 2019 Public Lands Research Intern Washington, DC
▪ Conducted data analysis of oil and gas revenue and disbursement data as well as cross examined data to determine new oil and gas leases offered in water stressed regions
▪ Provided research support for various legislations and policies including California plastic legislation, county payments programs, and international models of collaborative management with Indigenous peoples
▪ Drafted briefs of congressional hearings as well as social media for outcoming products
National Foundation for Overcoming Poverty April 2019-July 2019 Communications Intern Santiago, Chile
▪ Assisted with creation of a new website via interpreting and translating the contents of the different pages of official site, including Management and Transparency documents
▪ Expanded international communications abilities by creating English subtitles for various company documentaries detailing the social intervention programs in conjunction with specific impoverished Chilean communities
Camp Winnarainbow July 2017 (Current) Counselor/Lead Stilts Teacher Laytonville, CA
▪ Provide supervision to campers (ages 7-14), analyzed and tended to needs of 8-10 campers in individual cabin, and reconcile conflicts using camp resolution methodologies
▪ Lead stilt-walking classes, supervised afternoon craft projects, and augmented nightly performances with the set-up and striking of performance materials.
Student Rising Above
August 2017 (Current)
▪ Selective scholarship program that works with first-generation college students from low-income households that demonstrate strong commitment to education
One Voice Movement: American University August 2017 (Current)
▪ Member of organization that works towards reconciliation between Israel and Palestine
▪ Participate in discussions and assist with the presentation of documentaries concerning reconciliation
Major & GPA: International Studies, 3.5
Certifications: CPR and Standard First Aid with AED, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Sharepoint)