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Elizabeth Brusseau was a legislative fellow in the office of Congresswoman Lois Frankel (FL-21). She received her master’s degree in Homeland Security Studies from Tulane University in May 2017. Elizabeth was politically active while in school, advocating for women’s issues at the state and local levels. She was an elected member of the Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee from 2012-2016.
Frannie Einterz worked as a legislative fellow in the office of Congresswoman Doris O. Matsui (CA-6). Originally from Indiana, she completed her master’s degree in Community Development at the University of California, Davis, where she studied women’s health in the context of nutrition programming for disadvantaged, unincorporated communities in the Central Valley of California. Prior to graduate school, she worked with small landowners in Kenya, Indiana, and Washington state.
Anna Le worked as a legislative fellow in the office of Representative Carolyn Maloney (NY). Originally from Tacoma, Washington, Anna moved to New York City to earn her bachelor’s degree in Politics from NYU. She then moved to Baltimore, Maryland to concurrently teach high school English at the largest high school in the city and earn her master’s degree in Education from Johns Hopkins University. A former policy analyst at Advocates for Children, Anna was a Public Policy and International Affairs Fellow, Teach For America Alumna, and Gates Millennium Scholar.
Natalie Martinez worked as a legislative fellow in the office of Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-12). Originally from Florida, she completed her master’s degree in International Business at the University of Florida. Natalie previously held roles in public affairs and government relations, advocating for both Fortune 500 and small companies. She is the co-founder and acting president of the Commission on Local Debates, a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening civic engagement in communities.
Jackii Wang worked as a legislative fellow in the office of Congresswoman Jackie Speier (CA-14). A native New Yorker, she completed her master’s degree in Public Administration with a focus on women’s issues and social policy at The George Washington University. Prior to graduate school, she worked for the New York City Department of Education and a boutique lobbying firm, where she was involved in state and local politics.