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American University, School of Public Affairs (SPA), Washington, DC                                            Expected: May 2022

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Bachelor of Arts in French Studies                                                            GPA: 3.83

Activities: AU Scholars Program, SPA Leadership Program, Phi Sigma Pi Honor Fraternity: Leadership Committee


Grassroots Organizing Intern, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Takoma Park, MD             August 2020 – Present

  • Research Maryland General Assembly and related institutions to measure support for environmental legislation
  • Assist in implementation of No New Fossil Fuel’s Campaign in Maryland
  • Manage volunteer intake and engage volunteers through phonebanks and social media


Organizing Fellow, Mondaire for Congress, Westchester, NY                                              March 2020 – August 2020

  • Hosted virtual phonebanks for 50+ volunteers. Confirmed attendees, trained first-time phone bankers on ThruTalk, VPBs, and progressive policies, chased flaky volunteers while maintaining energy throughout
  • Launched social media campaign where volunteers shared their personal stories outlining their support for the candidate with final compilation video receiving thousands of views on social media
  • Led 1:1 relational organizing sessions with volunteers. Educated volunteers on unlocking their personal networks, trained them on the Reach app, and guided volunteers on candidate and policy issues
  • Engaged in 15-20 hours per week of direct voter contact on the ThruTalk dialer, VPBs, and social media


First-Year TA, School of Public Affairs Leadership Program, Washington, DC                        August 2019 – May 2020

  • Supervised cohort of six freshmen in developing a group social action project on immigrant & refugee rights
  • Mentored students on research and writing skills and advised on methods for community engagement
  • Organized retreats, social events, and study sessions for first-year class while maintaining a professional rapport


Staff Assistant, Office of the Registrar: Washington College of Law, Washington, DC       August 2019 – March 2020

  • Assisted registrar in updating current databases, student scheduling, and proctoring exams
  • Handled front-desk interactions with law students, professors, and federal investigators
  • Consolidated sensitive law school records to facilitate mass transition to a comprehensive electronic record


Legislative Services Intern, Office of Congressman Eliot Engel, Washington, DC                   January 2019 – May 2019

  • Prepared legislative research memos and attended informational briefings for staffers on foreign affairs issues
  • Compiled prospective meeting & event calendars for office scheduler and conducted Capitol tours
  • Performed daily tasks such as morning mail reports, answering phones, and responding to constituents


Youth Volunteer, Appalachia Service Project, West Virginia & Kentucky                                        July 2016 – July 2019

  • Forged relationships with homeowners and gained insight into the cycle of poverty while repairing houses
  • Mentored younger volunteers and spread awareness by speaking at local dinners and masses
  • Fundraised by organizing annual pancake breakfast and direct mail campaign to donors



  • Languages: French (Advanced); Spanish (Intermediate)
  • Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), InterTrac, WordPress, iConstituent, ImageNow, VoteBuilder, Reach, ThruTalk, Spoke

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