Brittney Revan

AU School of Public Affairs Leadership Portfolio


Brittney Revan Resume


American University  – Washington, D.C., Anticipated Graduation May 2022

Masters of Public Administration, B.A/ MA Combined Degree Program

American University – Washington, D.C., Anticipated Graduation May 2021

B.A. Political Science

      • School of Public Affairs Honors Program
      • SisterSister AU Mentor
      • Dean’s List Fall 2018
      • Deputy Director of Programming & Outreach in AU Student Government’s
        Community Service Coalition

Miami- Dade College – Miami, Florida, Graduated May 2018

A.A. Political Science, Dual Enrollment Student

      • Maintained a 3.5 GPA and graduated with Honors.

Professional Experience

U.S. Department of State – Washington, D.C., January 2021 – April 2021

Spring 2021 Intern

      • Bureau of International Organization Affairs’ Office of Peacekeeping Operations (IO/PKO)
      • Temporarily spearheaded the portfolio of a GS-12 action officer responsible for one of the United Nation’s
        most extensive missions – the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the
        Congo (MONUSCO) – a peacekeeping mission comprised of roughly 18,000 personnel with a budget of
        $1.2 billion
      • Enhanced written and oral communication by synthesizing complex information into succinct products that
        reflect peacekeeping mission priorities
      • Briefed distinguished government officials and drafted talking points for high-level government meetings

SIA – Africa – Remote, February 2020 –  September 2020

Executive Director & Deputy Chief of Staff 

      • Created strategies to raise revenue and ensured accountability measures
      • Garnered partnerships with local, national and global organizations
      • Architected a manual for training and onboarding new hires

Target– Washington, D.C., Sept 2019 – October 2020

Human Resources Expert

      • Scheduled over 100 employees in the Target Tenleytown location
      • Facilitated the orientation and training for new employees
      • Assisted team members and leaders with any issues or conflicts

American University Career Center – Washington, D.C., Sept 2019 – May 2020

School of Public Affairs Assistant

      • Managed, created, and posted new content on the Pre- Law Twitter account
      • Assisted staff in preparation, facilitation and promotion of Career Center events
      • Identified job and internship opportunities that aided SPA students in developing career readiness

Juvenile Injustice– Remote, Aug 2019 – Dec 2019

Research Intern

      • Conducted research about the juvenile justice system
      • Transcribed interviews and testimonials
      • Assisted with the creation of content for social networking sites such as Instagram and Twitter

Immigration Law Offices of Laura Kelley – Miami, Florida, June 2017 – Sept 2017

Summer Intern

      • Attended court and took notes on proceedings
      • Composed and edited briefs
      • Sat in on client consultations and shadowed Laura Kelley Esq.


      • Language: Spanish Fluency– Advanced (reading, writing, speaking, listening)
      • Technical: Microsoft Office, Google Suite, SPSS– beginner, WordPress
      • Deputy Director of Programming & Outreach AUSG
      • Executive Director at SIA – Africa
      • Deputy Chief of Staff at SIA – Africa
      • HR Expert at Target
      • SisterSister Mentor


West Kendall Baptist Hospital – Miami, Florida, April 2016 – Aug 2018

Teen Volunteer

      • Entertained patients in the orthopedic department, and delivered meals to patient rooms
      • Shadowed orthopedic surgeons such as Dr. Alvarado and Dr. Borja
      • Kept track of stock room inventory and performed administrative duties