Germantown, WI *****
I recently finished my studies; throughout the years my research has focused on the impact of government policies and how they impact civil society. I would like to work and assist those who promote both civil and human rights. This struggle has been long and fraught in both the civil and political arenas, as a result it becomes important to examine this interplay. As a result, I would like to assist those most in need and assist them with their daily struggles.
I have done countless research showing how policies impact society. This is done mainly through a top-down approach where policies proposed by the state impact society, then I examine how society helps enhance or reduce the impact of these policies. By examining social political events and policies through a top down and a bottom-up approach it provides better explanation of the impact of policies. This research is crucial, because it helps enlighten policy makers and civil society about how different policies positively/negatively affect the public and the government.
This is crucial today, due to the rise of social media and ease of access into the public sphere, it grants civil society groups increased say when it comes to local politics and policies. Reading new policies and relaying the information to the public is an important function of civil society advocacy. Throughout my graduate studies I have reflected on policies and have read several United States Supreme Court opinions, this research is important because these policies have a direct impact on public life.
Internship with Office of the Governor (Sept. 2020-Dec.2020)
• Research policies of state importance
• Constitute intake and returning requests
Internship (Pan African Community Association: Immigration in Milwaukee WI)
Assist youth with their education
Help protect Business, State and Immigrate rights
Marquette Graduate School (30 Graduate Credits): Milwaukee, WI.
• 2017-2019, GPA: 3.4
• Field of Study: America Civil Rights, and Social Political Effects of New Policies
Papers: Censorship in China; China and Environmentalism; Supreme Court and Public • Perception; Transparency and Policing; and Secularization in post-9/11 America.
BA in Political Science, Concordia University Wisconsin: Mequon, WI.
• 2014-2017, GPA: 3.7
• Field of Study: Political Science, Civil Rights, Jurisprudence, and Human Rights.
• Thesis: How political affiliation relates to the rights of terrorist suspects
Research assistant Sept. 2018 - May 2019: (researched historic slavery, and massacres)
Teaching Assistant Sept. 2018 - May 2019: (researched JFK assassination, and basic politics class)
Helped write an article about religious statements and the 2016 presidential elections
Founding Member of Concordia University Moot Court
The Home Depot, Menomonee Falls WI 2012-present
Steins Garden Center, Germantown WI 2010-2012
Academic Research • Time Management • Academic Writing • Applying Research and Theories to Current Events • Sociological Effects of Current and Proposed Policies • Customer Service • Microsoft Word
Strength Finder 2.0: Believer • Thinker • Philomath • Coach • Empathizer