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Anna Sandor

Anna Sandor

Law Clerk

US Securities and Exchange Commission

J.D. Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center

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US Securities and Exchange Commission

Law Clerk

Legal intern for the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, Market Oversight

Georgetown University Law Center

Research Assistant for the Harrison Institute for Public Law

Georgetown University Law Center

J.D. Candidate

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Sixth and I Synagogue

Events Assistant

Sixth & I Historic Synagogue is a congregation without borders where the lines of devotion blur to create a spiritual fusion of fresh rituals. As a mecca for the arts, entertainment and discussion, Sixth & I represents a place where people can plug in to what's happening at the forefront of the cultural scene.

As a part-time event assistant, I provide logistical and administrative support for weeknight and weekend special events including: author talks, concerts (jazz, classical, opera, rock, indie), religious services, weddings, educational courses, community workshops and more.

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Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN)

Co-Chair of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Selection and Nominating Committee

The Council for American Students in International Negotiations, Inc. (CASIN) is an educational non-profit, non-governmental 501(c)(3) organization providing young Americans unprecedented access to the international policymaking process. Its primary activities consist of (1) organizing student delegations to meetings of supranational and intergovernmental bodies such as the United Nations, the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the Pan-American Health Organization, and the Biennial Meeting of States on Small Arms; and (2) the production of peer-reviewed scholarly journals on topics of international importance.

•Conducts outreach and recruitment for CASIN expansion, interviewing board candidates and publicizing openings on job boards, university networks and social network sites
•Author and editor of the “Voices of the Future CASIN Newsletter” distributed nationally
•Member of the Delegation Committee, coordinating multiple student delegations to the United Nations
•Applied for and successfully attained ECOSOC Accreditation on behalf of CASIN

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B'nai B'rith International

Program Associate, Advocacy and Programming for Aging Policy

B'nai B'rith International, the Global Voice of the Jewish Community, is the most widely known Jewish humanitarian, human rights, and advocacy organization since 1843. BBI works for Jewish unity, security, and continuity and fights anti-Semitism and intolerance around the world.

•Represents B’nai B’rith at aging policy conferences, White House briefings, Congressional briefings and the Leadership Council for Organizations in Aging meetings
•Lobbies and coordinates grassroots advocacy on behalf of BBI aging policy priorities concentrating on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid
•Author and editor of three regular BBI newsletters: a quarterly newsletter concerning low income senior housing policy (HUD) and highlighting best case practices for senior center programming, distributed nationally to BBI members, a bi-weekly legislative update on healthcare-related developments and the Affordable Care Act and the “B’nai B’rith Connector Newsletter,” distributed nationally to BBI lodges
•Event planner, coordinator and speaker for the 2011 Jewish Heritage Month on Capitol Hill in partnership with the Library of Congress
•Conference coordinator for BBI’s 2011 Policy Conference in Montevideo, Uruguay

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Journey Beyond Travel

Contributor

Paid Staff Travel Writer for Journey Beyond Travel (a Moroccan travel publication), published on ezinearticles.com and amazines.com

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Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

Research Team Member

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to fostering the next generation of foreign policy leaders by providing young professionals with the knowledge, skills, exposure, and relationships to tackle critical global challenges over the course of their careers.

•Researches generational influences on foreign policy such as Millennial Entrepreneurship
•Compiles research findings into fact sheets, made available to YPFP members and policy professionals
•Updates and maintains the YPFP Executive Board’s online database

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B'nai B'rith International

Executive Assistant to the Associate Executive Vice President

•Conducted healthcare policy research for BBI’s Deputy Director for Senior Advocacy Lobbying
•Assisted in grant writing for the BBI Center for Senior Services
•Oversaw planning for BBI’s 2010 Policy Conference in Washington, D.C
•Lobbied members of Congress and organized congressional/ambassadorial events on behalf of the Center for Human Rights and Public Policy
•Renewed and helped file BBI trademarks and executed expense authorizations

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AIESEC

Middle East and North Africa Coordinator

-Project coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa
-Coordinated a team of 8 to recruit students to go on AIESEC internships in the region, as well as recruit students from the region to the go to the region
-Successfully recruited and culturally prepared 9 people to go on the Salaam Program in Qatar, Oman, and Bahrain
-Successfully planned and executed two Middle-Eastern cultural awareness events for the greater UW campus, advertising through forms of social media
-Communicated with representatives in the region

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Public Interest Law Institute

Pro Bono Legal Intern

- Worked at the Columbia University-founded Hungarian Clearinghouse by researching for outreach
-Attended various Hungarian Civil Society Conferences and lectures and participated in conference calls to assist in the pro-bono process
-Researched for the Global Clearinghouse for Swiss NGOs and contact updates

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Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group

Campaign Coordinator and Intern

-Internship with the Big Red, Go Green Environmental Campaign
-Led the Wisconsin Safe Climate Act Campaign to press for the passage of SB-81
-Organized a grassroots campaign with a week of action that included the collection of hundreds of petitions and awareness events
-Coalition building with local organizations, and state senators
-Head campaign coordinator for the Madison Fair Trade Campaign
-Hired, coordinated, and delegated work to 10 interns to coordinate with businesses and political lobbying in order to pass the Madison Fair Trade Town Initiative
-Grassroots, political, public outreach through social media

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Georgetown University Law Center

Doctor of Law (J.D.)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

BA, Bachelors in Arts in Political Science and French Literature with emphasis on Economics

Université Paris Sorbonne (Paris IV)

History

Verona Area High School

GED, 2006