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American University, School of Public Affairs (SPA), Washington, D.C. (May 2020)

  • Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: Communications, Law, Economics, and Government (CLEG)
  • Honors: School of Public Affairs Leadership Program, American University Scholars Living Learning Community

Communications Arts High School, San Antonio, TX (June 2017)

  • Honors: Distinguished Diploma, top ten of graduating class, GPA: 4.01


Intern, New Blue Interactive, Washington, D.C. (August 2019-Present)

  • Trained to write HTML 5 content for a large variety of clients
  • Reported back on outcome of campaigns and strategies through data analysis
  • Designed graphics and wrote email and ad copy under tight deadlines

Intern, Break Something LLC, Washington, D.C. (June-August 2019)

  • Trained to fully utilize ad platforms from Facebook, Twitter, and Google
  • Gained a hands-on understanding of email platforms and using lists/swaps
  • Launched several large-scale political campaigns and formally documented their performance for clients

StudentSPA Leadership Program, Washington, D.C. (August 2017-Present)

  • Learned the various theories and methods of leadership and positive group dynamics
  • Researched with fellow students applicable solutions to systemic economic inequality in the Washington, D.C. region
  • Crafted a public advocacy campaign to raise awareness of food deserts

Executive Board Member, J Street U American University, Washington, D.C. (August 2018-Present)

  • Advocate for a lasting two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • Foster a dialogue between entrenched pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli sides in an effort fight against radicalism
  • Bring in experts to campus to educate students and discuss policies aimed at promoting peace

Student, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel (June 2018)

  • Discussed with Knesset opposition members their hopes for a two-state future
  • Studied the divide between human rights watchdog organizations and military forces
  • Analyzed the unintended consequences of counter-terror and conflict management policies in Israel

Bank of America Student Leader Intern, Communities in Schools of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (June-August 2016)

  • Coordinated summer programs designed to inspire disadvantaged students of struggling San Antonio communities
  • Collaborated with community activists and leaders to craft new opportunities and programs for students
  • Collated and analyzed extensive datasets using Microsoft Excel
  • Networked with other Student Leaders from across the nation and attended seminars from experts about activism and change during the Bank of America Student Leadership Symposium in Washington, D.C.


Summer Fellow, Gina Ortiz Jones for Congress, San Antonio, TX (May and August 2018)

  • Phone banked with prospective voters to inform them of the campaign and increase election turnout
  • Participated in campaign-related events designed to increase community awareness
  • Block-walked in neighborhoods to advocate for the campaign and gather data

Student, AU Scholars Program, Washington, D.C. (August 2017-May 2018)

  • Lived in a living learning community dedicated to promoting undergraduate research opportunities
  • Learned key tools necessary to conducting advanced research in the political science field


  • Computer: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Animate (Flash Professional), and Audition, Dreamweaver (HTML and CSS); Audacity; Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Final Cut Pro, Motion; research databases (JSTOR, ProQuest); Google Drive; qualitative content analysis software (NVivo), ActBlue, DSPolitical, Phone4Action, Blue State Digital, NGP 7, NGP 8
  • Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Slack