September 11, 2017 GU Politics In The News

GU Politics Introduces Fall Semester Fellows


by Hannah Urtz

This piece first appeared in The Hoya.

The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service announced their fall 2017 class of Fellows last Wednesday, showcasing a diverse group of six policy and media experts from across the political spectrum.

The fellows include Ron Bonjean, former top spokesman for the speaker of the house and the senate majority leader; former White House Communications Director Mike Dubke; Marie Harf, former senior advisor to Secretary of State John Kerry; former Congressman Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.) and Liz Sidoti, head of U.S. communications for British Petroleum and former national political editor and correspondent at the Associated Press.

GU Politics launched an additional Fellowship opportunity this semester, welcoming anchor for NBC Nightly News Saturday and Telemundo News José Diaz-Balart as a Visiting Fellow. This slot was created to welcome a prominent public figure to campus for shorter periods of time, according to a GU Politics announcement.

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