JOE LIEBERMAN FOR PRESIDENT, INC., Arlington, VA Researcher, •••••/•••••/•••••
+ Conducted opposition research on several Democratic presidential primary opponents, including collection, analysis, and preparation for release of legislative, executive, financial, and judicial records.
+ Developed, wrote, and edited documents for on- and off- the-record release for day-to-day communications and real-time rapid-response during over ••••• debates and forums.
+ Compiled background information on opponents to brief the candidate and staff for debates and daily campaign activities.
+ Worked with senior research and communications staff to help develop research and response strategies.
+ Participated in fact-checking and editing of speeches, policy proposals, and direct mail literature.
+ Coordinated vet process for fundraisers, political supporters, and event sites using Lexis-Nexis and other databases.
+ Supervised ••••• summer interns in collecting and organizing public records of Democratic presidential candidates.
+ Monitored daily media coverage of all Democratic presidential candidates.
OFFICE OF U.S. SENATOR JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Washington, DC Full-time Intern, •••••/•••••/•••••
+ Prepared a memorandum analyzing National Security Strategy ••••• published by the White House.
+ Researched the FY••••• Defense Appropriations Bill and helped edit an article for the Joint Forces Quarterly on homeland security and defense transformation.
+ Researched Senator Lieberman’s prior floor statements, speeches, and op-ed pieces on foreign affairs issues.
BIOTECHNOLOGY PROJECT, CENTER FOR STRATEGIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, Washington, DC Summer Intern, •••••/•••••/•••••
+ Administered the PowerPoint presentation on agricultural biotechnology and its need for international cooperation.
+ Prepared a briefing on federal funding of stem-cell research that was presented to the Project Director.
+ Aided in the organization of policy seminars and conferences focusing on the impact of new biology on public policy.
OFFICE OF EXCHANGE COORDINATION AND DESIGNATION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Washington, DC Summer Intern, •••••/•••••/•••••
+ Conducted a case study examining the partnership between U.S. Government agencies and a non-profit organization on government-sponsored exchange and training programs.
+ Compiled a database of non-profit organizations that maintain partnerships with U.S. Government agencies on exchange and training programs in the Newly Independent States.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY EDMUND A. WALSH SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE, Washington, DC
+ Major: Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, International Politics, •••••/•••••
+ Honors: Dean’s List, Peter F. Krogh Scholar
••••• Foreign Languages •••••
Korean (Native Fluency), Mandarin Chinese (Intermediate, includes summer program in China)
••••• Computer •••••
Microsoft Windows •••••/•••••/•••••, Microsoft Office •••••/•••••/XP, Adobe Acrobat, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, general computer maintenance, Lexis-Nexis
GEORGETOWN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC Director of Technological Resources, •••••/•••••/•••••
+ Maintained and regularly updated the conference website.
+ Coordinated with GIRA Director of Development to develop a long-term plan for more efficient technology use.