Born and raised in a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts, Stacie Hartman first became interested in politics and public service through serving in her school’s student government. Seeing how much of a positive difference she could make as a leader in her school environment, she became inspired to one day move to Washington, DC and attend Georgetown University. Now a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service studying International Politics with a concentration in International Security, Stacie one day hopes to work for the U.S. government either in the fields of foreign policy or national security. She has already been living a life of public service as an elected member of her town’s legislative body, and she has held internships in her Congressman’s district office back in Massachusetts as well as at the Senate Committee for Commerce, Science, and Transportation. This summer, she will be in Washington, DC working for the U.S. Department of State.
Stacie is grateful to have the opportunity to serve as a communications ambassador at the Institute of Politics. With experience in social media marketing through Georgetown University’s first-person documentary stories project and through her internship at the American Enterprise Institute’s public relations wing, Stacie became passionate about connecting projects to the outside world through multimedia. She is excited to work on bringing GU Politics’ message to campus and beyond through podcasts, videos, photos, vlogs, and other outlets.