Placement: San Francisco Office of Economic & Workforce Development

My Education: The Catholic University ofAmerica, Washington DC; B.A. in Political Science

Selected Honors: Recognition Letter from Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for work with Women’s Healthcare initiatives; Invitation to London 2012 Olympics from Jewish Olympic Committee to remember fallen Olympians in 197 Munich Massacre; Dean’s List 2008, 2009, and 2011;

Selected Activities & Community Involvement: Communications Director for “Catholic Students for Choice”, External Affairs Director for the CUA Moment of Silence Initiative, CUA Speech and Debate Society Co-Founder and President, Intern for the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services, and Intern for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (2009).

Why San Francisco is Important to Me: Born and raised in the best city in the world, San Francisco has instilled some of the greatest values that made me achieve academic and social success in my college career in Washington DC. Being in the east coast has made me grow fonder of how the basic functions of a city lies in the importance of its departments. I really did leave my heart in San Francisco. Coming back to the San Francisco was the best option for me to continue my passion in working for a city that is constantly leads the way for progressive ideas and competitive economics. My placement this year does just that, and to expand my knowledge on the city I love cannot be a better way to live the dream.