TFAS Welcomes a New Class of Leadership Fellows

TFAS is fortunate to have an outstanding group of over 10,000 alumni all over the world, and four years ago we launched a program to foster involvement for our DC-based alumni. The TFAS Leadership Fellows has grown tremendously in the past few years, with increasing numbers of applications and an impressive pool to choose from.

Through this year-long fellowship, a group of young professionals have the opportunity to attend policy discussions, multiple retreats and professional and personal development sessions. The main goal of this program is to allow these participants to:

  • Develop strong connections to other alumni working in public policy
  • Network with key public policy leaders
  • Participate in academic discussion sessions led by TFAS Faculty
  • Enhance their professional development through skill-based sessions 

This past Wednesday, January 27 we were pleased to welcome an outstanding group of 19 professionals to our 2010 Leadership Fellows class. They have a diverse background and work in public policy organizations such as think tanks, congressional offices, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, public affairs or lobbying groups, publications covering public policy or politics, academia and/or international affairs.

The Fellows program recruits every fall, around October and November, so if you are interested in participating, please feel free to contact Patricia Nichols at pnichols@tfas.org for more information, and look for our recruitment announcements in the fall.

Below is a group photo from the event, as well as list of participants:


Roy Abdo

Middle Eastern Broadcasting Network

IIPES, 2006

Capital Semester, Fall 2007

Jillian Barber

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials

ICPES, 2006

Cole Bockenfeld

International Foundation for Electoral Systems

Capital Semester, Fall, 2007

Jamie Corley

Office of Congressman Sam Johnson

IPJ, 2006

Alan Dyer

Advisory Board Company

ICPES, 2007

Katie Fourmy

Human Rights First

IPVS, 2006

Jeremy Harrell

Office of Congressman Michael R. Turner

ICPES, 2007

Allison Huff

GOPAC, Inc.

IPJ, 2007

  

Amanda Krause

U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)

ICPES, 2003

 

Andrew McKechnie

Senate Finance Committee

IBGA, 2004

 

Michael Mellen

Patton Boggs LLP

IBGA, 2001

Sterling Meyers

Galen Institute

Capital Semester, Spring 2008

Blair Mixon

Office of Congressman Paul Broun

Capital Semester, Fall 2008

 

Eric Moore

Resources for the Future

ICPES, 2006

Era Segev

Embassy of Israel

IIPES, 2007

Denise Sena

Adayana Government Group

IPJ, 2004

Daniel Westerhof

Peace Corps

IPVS, 2002

Bryan Wood

Office of Congressman Brett Guthrie

IBGA, 2006

Stefani Zimmerman

Office of Congressman Hal Rogers

IBGA, 2002

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