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Katherine Wynne

Katherine Wynne

Presidential Administrative Fellow

The George Washington University.

Washington, Washington, D.C.

GW (soon-to-be) double alumna; International Affairs B.A. and Global Political Advocacy M.P.S. Passionate gender equality proponent. Comparative electoral and political systems enthusiast. California transplant in DC.

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The George Washington University

Presidential Administrative Fellow

As a Presidential Administrative Fellow (PAF), I use my experience as an alumna, current graduate student, and staff member to serve the student population and broader Foggy Bottom community. In my upcoming work placement, I will contribute to political and economic analyses of countries in Latin America. Last year I managed branding and communications for special initiative.

AARP

Legislative Fellow

As a member of the State Advocacy and Strategy Integration team I help coordinate state-level political advocacy promoting the financial security and consumer experience for the 50+. I streamline regular team-wide work updates, and provide analyses of upcoming state legislative and gubernatorial races.

The Graduate School of Political Management (GWU)

M.P.S., Global Political Advocacy

In college I took a class on global women's issues... and loved it. So I found a program that would train me how to successfully engage political and societal forces around the globe to advance a cause. My program focuses on the "how", not than the "what", of political advocacy; being in a small program I have the flexibility to construct a special focus on gender equality.

Elliott School of International Affairs (GWU)

B.A., International Affairs

I always believed I was only a small part of the global community. So I decided to study its relationships, cultures, and political systems. I discovered a passion for gender-related issues in foreign policy, international development, and human rights. At GW I helped lead a small but mighty HIV/AIDS advocacy group, and a professional international affairs-focused sorority.