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Hayley Anderson

Hayley Anderson

Events Director

Mike Lake for Lieutenant Governor

Events Director at Mike Lake for Lieutenant Governor





Mike Lake for Lieutenant Governor

Events Director

• As Events Director, plan and organize all campaign events
• Recruit, coordinate with, and oversee fundraiser event hosts committed to soliciting targeted amounts of funds for the campaign
• Plan fundraisers specific to particular special interest and professional groups
• Select and negotiate with venues and service providers for catering requirements with tight deadline and budget guidelines
• Design and create advertising and event invitations using graphic design software such as Pixelmator; post campaign events for community awareness onto official Mike Lake website
• Create and employ mass email lists through the use of NGP database and Excel software; develop outreach emails to encourage participation in campaign events
• Recruit and guide campaign event hosts through the planning of house parties and community outreach events

Career medium 05
Career medium 04

U.S. Commercial Service

International Trade Intern

• Support government efforts to expand U.S. trade in international markets
• Perform market research to assess opportunities for U.S. companies to expand trade to both established and emerging foreign markets
• Assist corporate clients with finding answers to business questions about exporting products into international markets from the U.S.
• Research IT and technology companies being considered for engagement with trade missions to countries in Europe in order to expand foreign business connections and form partnerships that will enhance trade
• Coordinate business contacts for hundreds of corporate clients involved with the IT industry
• Analyze patterns of commercial air travel routes to international destinations


U.S. Department of State (DOS)

Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) Intern

• Assist the Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
• Contribute research material to be used in the 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report published by the Department of State to serve as an internationally recognized source of information on human trafficking incidents and patterns around the world
• Collect incidences of human trafficking for presentation to senior level staff; evaluate trends and new developments in human trafficking in Europe
• Research foreign news sources and analyze resulting information for examples of human trafficking in Iceland, Serbia, Bosnia, Spain, Portugal, and the U.K.; identify over 100 incidents of human trafficking in these countries

Career medium 05
Career medium 05

NGO Praxis

Human Rights Intern

• Independently reviewed, analyzed, and summarized U.S. court cases relevant to Praxis legal work in the area of housing rights; presented to senior staff for use in their legal casework
• Researched the work of European non-governmental organizations assisting vulnerable populations; prepared organized spreadsheets to effectively present information to senior staff
• Investigated and analyzed reports, data, trends, and legal history of anti-discrimination techniques implemented in the U.S.; developed documentation and spreadsheets; participated in cooperative efforts with senior staff to assess discrimination testing techniques for use in Serbia
• Analyzed domestic violence data and violence prevention strategies employed in the U.S. and Serbia; collected information on techniques utilized in the U.S. for Praxis domestic violence expert
• Assisted Praxis lawyers in field visit to informal Roma settlement; gained hands-on experience regarding the injustices and concerns that members of the Roma community face
• Studied various human rights cases from throughout the world; participated in conference on strategic litigation with lawyers from Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Albania, and Macedonia


Women's Action for New Directions (WAND)

WAND/Women Legislators' Lobby (WiLL) Assistant

• Authored nearly 20 articles on the WAND website about members of Congress highlighting their involvement in WAND interests, mainly peace, defense spending, and women’s rights
• Wrote reports on political candidates to inform the WAND PAC Board in choosing who to endorse
• Represented WAND at advocacy coordination meetings for groups such as National Council of Women’s Organizations, Coalition on Human Needs, and Nuclear Weapons Working Group
• Cold called Congressional staff and state legislators for WAND and WiLL initiatives
• Kept WAND spreadsheets up to date with information on all women in the nation running for U.S. Congress and executive state positions

Career medium 05

Northeastern University

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in International Affairs, Minors in Political Science and Biology