Current graduate school students or school representatives in the DC area 2020 will attend the information night to discuss their current experience in the graduate programs. This event continues to help fulfill the mission of Beyond BYU – to help students more fully understand the opportunities and challenges ahead of them when starting an applied political career in Washington, D.C.
This event happens Friday evening, May 7th, at 6:30 PM after the office visits.
Students or representatives from the following programs include:
George Mason University, Kristen Walker, Masters in Political Science
American University, JD, Alexandra Richmond who is an admissions officer for the Washington College of Law (WCL) at American University
Georgetown, JD, Fran Djoukeng. She’s a 3L at Georgetown Law and is President of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society; Matthew Clarke, JD Georgetown
Georgetown, MPH, Heather Petrenko
Georgetown, Master’s of Public Policy, Julie Ito
George Washington, International Development Studies; Nikolas Sorensen;
George Washington, MA, Organizational Science, Jennifer Hoggan
George Washington, MPH, Laree LaPierre, public health student.
George Washington University, JD; Matthew Dillard, GW Law student.
University of Maryland, School of Law, JD, Rebecca (Becca) Brown
University of Maryland, MPP, Colton Keddington, Douglas Call, Taryn Faulkner
University of Maryland, PhD International Education, Erin Sorensen
Catholic University of America, Julie Stoner received a Masters of Library and Information Science
Harvard Kennedy School, MPP, Lindsay Ashby
Carnegie Mellon University, MS Public Policy and Management, Natalie Crofts