Dear Friend of GU Politics:
The Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) at Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy is thrilled to introduce our Spring 2018 Fellows Class!
- Nadeam Elshami (Former Chief of Staff, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi; Executive Vice President, Signal Group)
- Steven Law (President & CEO, Senate Leadership Fund, American Crossroads & Crossroads GPS; Former Chief of Staff, Senator Mitch McConnell; Former Deputy Secretary of Labor, Bush Administration)
- Dorothy McAuliffe (L ’88) (First Lady of Virginia)
- Eugene Scott (Political Reporter, The Washington Post)
- Katie Walsh Shields (Former Deputy White House Chief of Staff, Trump Administration; Senior Advisor & Former Chief of Staff, Republican National Committee)
We are excited to welcome this new Fellows class to the Hilltop. And they can’t wait to get get to know you at their weekly discussion groups and during their office hours to talk career paths or the latest in political news.
Interested in working alongside the Fellows? Consider applying to join one of the Student Strategy Teams, where you’ll help with research, campus outreach, and come up with fresh ideas to make politics work better. And stay tuned for info on our Meet the Fellows Open House and Fellows + McCourt School Happy Hours to learn more about their backgrounds and what they have planned for the semester!
There are a LOT of other ways you can work with GU Politics, like:
- Attending our events and discussion groups
- Joining our student leadership teams
- Subscribing to our calendar so you never miss out on the action
- Letting your friends and new students know about us by helping them sign up for updates
- Making an appointment for staff office hours to get to know our team
- Following us on social media at @GUPolitics across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat!
Enjoy your break from classes and stay tuned for announcements about our events and programming for when you return to the Hilltop! We’re pretty pumped. Hope you are, too.
Mo Elleithee (SFS ’94)
Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service