I grew up in Chatham, New Jersey and received my B.A. in Political Science from Williams College. Upon graduation I did non-profit work in post-Katrina New Orleans for three years, ultimately becoming Managing Director of the Forum For Equality. Most recently I had a brief stint interning at the Center for American Progress, writing for Matthew Yglesias’ blog. I’m currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Affairs (focus on Domestic and Urban Policy) at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. I’m graduating this May — please hire me!
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