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Kaitlin Krell

Kaitlin Krell

Kemmerer, WY

College student looking at jumping into the world of healthcare policy, and other types of policy that can change our country and communities for the better.

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University of Wyoming

Bachelors of Science, Political Science; Spanish

After I found a degree I loved, originally I wanted to study healthcare, it wasn’t until my Junior year when I took a class on policy analysis that I realized I wanted to continue my work in healthcare, just from a public policy angle allowing me to keep two of the things I love as a focus: healthcare and government. I will be studying abroad in Argentina this summer to become fluent in Spanish.

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Education

United States Senate - Senator John Barrasso

Intern for the Republican Policy Committee

Focusing on research and assistance for the policy experts for the Republican party in RPC.

United States Senate - Senator Enzi

Intern

Joining Senator Enzi's team after completing my internship with the Wyoming State Legislature brought me into the Senate at the tail end of the budget. I was able to see the amount of work it takes to balance a budget for our nation. I worked in the office full time assisting with constituent outreach, graphics and social media production, and information consolidation. Coming on-board in the middle of the semester meant that I had to quickly adapt, and maximize my time with the office while still allowing me to navigate all aspects of interning in a Senate office.

Wyoming State Legislature

Intern

One of the first students in the pilot policy internship between the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Legislature. This allowed me to work full time at the Legislature, including early mornings, late nights, and the ability to work on long term, complex research projects while earning a semester’s worth of credits. I worked specifically with the House Labor, Health, and Social Services Committee. This allowed me to explore my interest into Health Policy, and gain on the job insight of the Legislative process and the background dealings that the public is not often privy to. This was all completed by a Policy Analysis that I worked on for the Committee as they moved into their Interim Study.

Department of Statistics - University of Wyoming

Tutor

I was the tutor during my weekly sessions to assist students with their understanding of their classes. I covered material from three different professors, with different sections of their classes. I also assisted with test preparation sessions.