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Welcome 2013 Program Advisors!


TFAS welcomes (l.-r.) Brent Stevens (ICPES), Collen Boyle (IBGA), Emily Towe (IPVS & LSI), Aubree Weaver (IPJ) and Dylan Reed (IEIA) as the 2013 program advisors.
TFAS welcomes (l.-r.) Brent Stevens (ICPES), Collen Boyle (IBGA), Emily Towe (IPVS & LSI), Aubree Weaver (IPJ) and Dylan Reed (IEIA) as the 2013 program advisors.

The 2013 PAs arrived at TFAS Headquarters on May 23.

Aubree Weaver (IPJ)
Aubree Weaver is a recent graduate of Le Moyne College in her hometown of Syracuse, New York. While at Le Moyne, she interned at a local news station and served as the editor-in-chief of The Dolphin, Le Moyne’s student newspaper. During her TFAS summer in 2011, she interned with Regnery Publishing in their publicity department.

Emily Towe (IPVS & LSI)
Emily Towe just finished her first year at Albany Law School in Albany, New York after graduating in 2012 from the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas. As an IPVS student in the summer of 2011, Towe interned with HandsOn Greater DC. Towe is interested in a career in domestic violence prosecution and in working in policy concerning domestic violence.

Brent Stevens (ICPES)
Brent Stevens recently graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in his hometown of Indiana, Pa. He participated in ICPES last summer and interned with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Stevens is interested in pursuing a career in government and public policy.

Dylan Reed (IEIA)
Dylan Reed recently graduated from Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania. While in ICPES last summer he interned with the Maritime Administration in the Department of Transportation. This fall he will attend at George Washington University where he will pursue his master’s degree in public administration.

Colleen Boyle (IBGA)
Colleen Boyle is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt University in her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. As an IBGA student last summer, she interned with the congressional relations team of Battelle. In August, she will be starting a fulltime job with Epic Systems, a healthcare software company in Madison, Wisconsin.


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