Spring 2018 Interns

            WPG would like to extend a warm welcome to our three interns this semester! Sarah Vitellaro, a junior at Stonehill College in Massachusetts, will serve as the Intern Coordinator and Administrative Assistant. She brings to WPG her prior experience as an intern at the Massachusetts State House and as a volunteer on local campaigns. In the future she hopes to combine her Psychology Major, Healthcare Administration Minor, and passion for public policy in a medical setting. Shane Palmer, a junior at George Mason University, is a MTA Event Coordinator and Research Intern for WPG. He has experience as a member of the Board of Directors for an emerging 501(c)(3) nonprofit LGBT+ community center, and he hopes to become a policy analyst at a think tank. Ebenezer Bulcha, a junior triple-major at Dartmouth College, is also a MTA Event Coordinator, as well as the Social Media Intern for WPG. He possesses many valuable skills including an extensive background in policy research, analysis of economic and sociological trends, and mass-data analysis. He intends to pursue a JD/MBA post-graduation and to practice corporate and patent law.

            We are very excited to have you all on board as you apply your skills and acquire new ones through your work with research, writing, and events. We look forward to helping you along your educational journeys and hope you take advantage of every opportunity you are given to showcase your unique talents and passions. Once again welcome to Washington, D.C., and welcome to WPG!