Sean’s Resume


American University

Washington, DC

Bachelor of Arts- May 2022

Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics & Government; Minor in Public Health

Certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies 

American Heritage Academy

Las Vegas, NV 

Advanced High School Diploma- May 2018 


U.S. Senate

Washington, DC 

Legislative Intern, Office of U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto

September 2019-present 

  • Research legislative issues through, Congressional Research Service, and other such databases
  • Draft memos for legislative staff  
  • Attend committee hearings and briefings 
  • Batch constituent comments in Intranet Quorum (IQ)
  • Review press releases and news clippings regarding various state, legislative, and national issues 
  • Support office staff through administrative tasks 

U.S. House of Representatives  

Las Vegas, NV 

Intern, Office of U.S. Representative Dina Titus 

May-August 2019 

  • Assisted with over fifty constituent cases utilizing IQ, including Veterans Affairs, Social Security, Immigration, and other related federal agency cases
  • Collaborated on district-based projects, including the Congressional App Challenge 
  • Represented the office at thirteen school visits to promote the Congressional App Challenge
  • Answered and notated over a three hundred constituent phone calls 
  • Filed, copied, and digitized over five hundred documents 


American University Student Government

Washington, DC

Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate

May 2019-present

  • Preside over undergraduate senate meetings 
  • Manage the undergraduate senate legislative agenda 
  • Communicate with university administration 
  • Supervise a cabinet of six members 
  • Nominate members of the Judicial Board and Elections Policy Board 

Senator for the Campus at large          

November 2018-May 2019 

  • Represented a constituency of over 7,000 students in the undergraduate senate
  • Served as the chairman of the committee on student rights and services 
  • Sponsored/presented legislation, including co-sponsoring a resolution to condemn a racist event on campus and enforce the Student Conduct Code   

American University School of Public Affairs Ambassadors Washington, DC 


October 2018-present 

  • Represent the School of Public Affairs to prospective/newly admitted students and their families
  • Facilitate a supportive environment for all incoming School of Public Affairs students and serve as a resource for them
  • Assist in the creation of community amongst the School of Public Affairs undergraduate population 

American University School of Public Affairs Leadership Program Washington, DC                                          


August 2018-present

  • Develop a solution to a proposed research question, relating to a social issue impacting the community
  • Compose policy memos and policy alternative matrixes to decipher the most effective policy to implement to resolve the proposed research question
  • Research, annotate, and analyze academic sources

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada Las Vegas, NV                                                  


December 2016

  • Served over fifty underprivileged individuals in the food pantry
  • Organized food pantry groceries and supplies 


  • Computer: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook, Intranet Quorum (IQ),, and Congressional Research Service (CRS)  

SMF Resume

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