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Thank You Alumni Volunteers

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Alumni play a key role in the summer programs by offering professional guidance, career advice and insider tips about living in Washington.

TFAS would like to extend a thank you to the many alumni who shared their personal and professional time and resources this summer. Whether it was serving as a mentor, internship supervisor or guest speaker, your participation was invaluable to our programs.

Below is a slideshow of alumni giving back this summer and a full list of volunteers.

U.S. PROGRAMS SUMMER 2011 ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS
Guest Speakers
Caroline Decker (B 92), American Trucking Association
Kathryn Fabian (P 05), DC Prep Public Charter School
Kevin Kellems (J 06), The Strategy Group
Nikole Killion (J 97), Hearst Television
Alfonso Lopez (J 03, B 04), Department of Homeland Security
Jeremy Marcus (Tisdale 03), Rep. Laura Richardson (Calif.)
Blair Mixon (CSF 08), Rep. Steve Southerland (Fla.)
Mark Schoeff (J 89), Investment News — Crain Communications
Cornell Teague (B 99, I 01) West, House Committee on Appropriations
Dan Westerhof (P 02), Peace Corps
Brian Wood (B 06), Rep. Robert Hurt (Va.)

Small Group Hosts
Andrew Bernius (J 07), C-SPAN
Marianne Goodwin (E 76), Goodwin International
Brittany Hackett (J 07), POLITICO
Chris Hull (E 91), Baron Public Affairs
Walter McCormick (E 75), US Telecom
Karen Travers (J 99), ABC News

Roundtable Discussions
Alyssa Adams (P 08), Rep. Raul Grajalva (Ariz.)
Nicholas Ballasy (J 07), The Daily Caller
Jillian Barber (E 06), American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
Jen Beasley (J 07), Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
Adam Berkland (E 08), Americans for Prosperity
Andrea Browne-Phillips (E 04), The Aspen Institute
Andrew Christianson (HK 04, B 05), Rep. Kristi Noem (S.D.)
Lindsey Clopp (P 10), The Advisory Board Company
Bianca Cole (B 01), FAA, NAS Defense Systems organization
LeRoy Coleman (B 04), APCO Worldwide
Tim Craig (J 98), The Washington Post 
Lauren Crawford (E 04), Locust Street Group
Aaron Davis (J 97), The Washington Post
Dorothy Douglas Taft (E 83), USAID
Sean Flynn (E 06), Federal Reserve Board
Katie Fourmy (P 06), Georgetown University Law School
Lara Gabriele (E 94), The World Bank
Brittany Hackett (J 07), POLITICO
Jeremy Harrell (E 07), Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.)
Cecily Hastings (E 05), Center for Strategic and International Studies
Jennie Johnson (P 05, I 06), Political Fundraiser
Suzanne Kianpour (J 09), NBC Nightly News
Amanda Krause (E 03), U.S. Government Accountability Office
Joseph Lai (E 01), Sen. Roger Wicker (Miss.)
John Lettieri (E 03), Organization for International Investment
Kevin Leung (P 08), American University
Erika Liliedahl (P 99), Department of Labor
Molly Muilenburg (J 07), Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates
Ladan Nekoomaram (J 09), American Enterprise Institute
Kate Robertson (J 10), Sen. Jim Inhofe (Okla.)
Heather Robinson (J 07), Capitalize LLC
Andrew Powaleny (J 08), House Energy and Commerce Committee
David Satterfield (B 05), Arent Fox, LLP
Alissa Skog (E 07), DAI
Toby Stock (B 98), American Enterprise Institute
Jessica Taylor (J 05), The Hotline
Peter Van Emburgh (E 99, A 01), Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Dan Westerhof (P 02), Peace Corps
Jeffrey Zubricki (B 05), U.S. Senate Commerce Committee

Internship Supervisors
Ken Barbic (B 00), Western Growers
Andrea Browne-Phillips (E 04), The Aspen Institute
Karen Czarnecki (E 88), Rep. Mike Kelly (Pa.)
John DuMoulin (B 90, E 91), Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Patricia Gentry (P 04), Share Our Strength
Mark Grabowski (J 97), Adelphi University
Cecily Hastings (E 05), Center for Strategic and International Studies
Elizabeth Jia (J 05), WUSA CBS
Aaron Lewis (J 93, I 96), Arianespace Inc.
Walter McCormick, Jr. (E 75), US Telecom
Andrew McKechnie (B 04), Peck, Madigan, Jones & Stewart
Sean McNally (J 00), American Trucking Association
Amanda Pope (CSF 08), SNR Denton, LLP
Mike Thompson Jr. (E 89, A 93), CRC
Brendan Williams (J 98), National Petrochemical and Refiners Association

Mentors
Nicholas Ballasy (J 07), CNS News
Jillian Barber (E 06), American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
Adam Berkland (E 08), Americans for Prosperity
Robin Brand (J 02), The Advisory Board Company
Erin Breen (J 03), CRA
Elizabeth Bryant (B 05), Georgetown University (graduate student)
Jack Callender (E 92), Postal Regulatory Commission OIG
Kyle Cormney(E 07), c2 Group
Jamie Corley (J 06), Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (W.V.)
Kurt Couchman (E 02), Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.)
Lauren Crawford (E 04), Locust Street Group
Kerri DiNarda (J 06), The Fund for American Studies
Laure Fabrega (B 07), Rep. Alcee Hastings (Fla.)
Peter Feldman (P04), Peter Feldman Notary Services
Sean Flynn (E 06), Federal Reserve Board
Christie Fogarty (B 03), The Heritage Foundation
Katie Fourmy (P 06), Human Rights First
Patty Gentry (P 04), Share Our Strength
Brittany Hackett (J 07), POLITICO
Calleine Harms (E 08), Close Up Foundation
Jeremy Harrell (E 07), Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.)
Sean Harriton (E 08), Department of Justice
Cecily Hastings (E 05), Center for Strategic and International Studies
Julie Herward (B 07), U.S. Department of Energy
Emily Hill (P 05), The Fund for American Studies
Lindsey Rose Hurlbut (B 06), National Association of Home Builders
Jennie Johnson (P 05, I 06), Political Fundraiser
Patrick Johnson (E 06), Booz Allen Hamilton
Sheila Karpf (B 03), Environmental Working Group
Lauren Khouri (B 08), Law Student
Nikole Killion (J 97), Hearst Television
Lauren Kulik (J 08), Sen. Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
Joseph Lai (E 01), Sen. Roger Wicker (Miss.)
Michelle Le (J 95, A 96), The Fund for American Studies
Jonathan Lee (B 98), Parsons
John Lettieri (E 03), Organization for International Investment
Aaron Lewis (J 93, I 96), Arianespace, Inc.
Brittney Loch (B 07), Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Mo.)
Alfonso Lopez (J 03, B 04), Office of Rep. Ruben Hinojosa
Sean McAllister (E 99), CTIA – The Wireless Association
Matthew McCardle (E 03), House Appropriations Committee
Patrick McCarthy (J 04), Booz Allen Hamilton
Kimberly Meltzer (J 96), Georgetown University, Communication, Culture & Technology
Michael Moroney (B 08), Feinstein Kean Healthcare (Ogilvy PR)
David Nolan (E 71), Federal Ethics Center
Ericka Perryman (B 07), Rep. Darrell Issa (Calif.)
Jacki Pick (E 97), U.S. House of Representatives
Caroline Poe (B 05), U.S. Department of State
Melinda Poucher (B 06), Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (Texas)
Andrew Powaleny (J 08), House Energy and Commerce Committee
Paul Rann (B 09), Stateside Associates
Kevin Rosenberg (E 02), U.S. Department of Justice
David Satterfield (B 05), Arent Fox LLP
Mark Schoeff Jr. (J 89), InvestmentNews — Crain Communications
Kevin Seifert (E 06), U.S. House of Representatives
Denise Sena (J 04), Adayana Government Group
John Simmons (E 91), Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
Toby Stock (B 98), American Enterprise Institute
Juana Summers (J 08), POLITICO
Jessica Taylor (J 05), National Journal Hotline
Pamela Thorburn (P 06), Stateside Associates
Brian Tumulty (E 74), Gannett Washington Bureau
Amanda Valauri (J 09), Cassidy Turley
Dan Westerhof (P 02), Peace Corps
Hicks Winters (B 02), The Fund for American Studies
Bryan Wood (B 06), Rep. Robert Hurt (Va.)
Katharine Zambon (J 03, EJI 06), American Association for the Advancement of Science
Stefani Zimmerman (B 02), Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.)
Jeffrey Zubricki (B 05), U.S. Senate Commerce Committee
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