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    Education

     

    American University Washington College of Law, Washington, DC

    Juris Doctor, May 2015; GPA: 3.5

     

    Activities: Honor Code Standing Hearing Committee (Student Prosecutor), Space Law Society (Advisory Board Member), Maritime Law Society (Vice President and Founding Member)

    Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
    Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, East Asian Studies, May 2010; GPA: 3.7
    Study Abroad: Sophia University (上智大学), Tokyo, Japan (May 2008 – August 2009)
     

    Professional Experience

     

    Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, Baltimore MD
    Associate Director, Local Government Affairs, June 2017 – Present

     

    Supports Director of Local Government Affairs in representing the interests of the institution to internal and external stakeholders through the creation of events and the development of partnerships. Increases efficiency, productivity and workflow by leading monthly briefing sessions. Created a project tracking system to organize and streamline the over 100 active projects and initiatives being executed by the Local Government Affairs team.

     

    Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, Baltimore MD
    Research and Policy Analyst, Local Government and Community Affairs, March 2016 – June 2017

     

    Supported the Special Advisor to the Vice President of Local Government and Community Affairs by conducting research and tracking, analyzing and summarizing legislation for senior leadership. Prepared briefing books and presentations to convey institution positions and activities to internal and external constituencies. Developed tailored communications materials including speeches, presentations, fact sheets and summaries that represent the institution’s position to high level officials.

     

    Space Law Advisors, LLC, Washington DC
    Law Clerk, June 2014 – May 2015

     

    Supported senior attorneys in counseling government agencies and commercial enterprises in satellite acquisition, space tourism, telecommunications systems and other space related ventures by conducting research and drafting and editing documents including nondisclosure agreements, manufacturing license agreements, and master service agreements.

    International Telecommunication Satellite Organization, Washington, DC
    Information Communication Technology Program Liaison, December 2013 – September 2014

     

    Assisted the Director of Legal affairs by participating in meetings with international organizations, conducting research on global Internet policy issues, and writing papers on behalf of ITSO’s management in the context of the ITU’s Smart Sustainable Development Model Initiative and the Broadband Commission on Digital Development. Contributed to and lead the development of a course on International Information Communication Technology Policy and Regulation which is currently available internationally to professionals interested in the Information Communication Technology field.

     

    United States Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington, DC
    Legal Intern, Office of General Counsel – International Division, May 2013 – July 2013

     

    Composed extensive memos on legal issues associated with NOAA's use and deployment of unmanned maritime vehicles. Contributed to a memo for the NOAA Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fisheries on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Chapter. Advised government agencies on legal questions associated with NOAA's request to the Department of State for "State Aircraft" designation for unmanned aircraft systems. Contributed to advice provided by NOAA's Maritime Heritage Program to NASA regarding how to protect and preserve U.S. Government lunar artifacts.
     

    Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Government Relations, Baltimore, MD                       
    Special Consultant, June 2011 – October 2011, January 2012 – July 2012
    Served as liaison between the Baltimore City Mayor's Office and the Department of Housing and Community Development. Created and oversaw a task force, which successfully resolved data-flow problems involving the East Baltimore Development Corporation.  Assisted the Director of Planning and Programs of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City in the acquisition and submission of over ten million dollars of State Grant funding.
     

    Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Government Relations, Annapolis, MD 
    Legislative Assistant, January 2011 – April 2011
    Oversaw the legislative tracking process by maintaining an inter-departmental digital platform used to coordinate agency responses regarding prospective legislation. Drafted and edited legislation on behalf of Baltimore City Agencies and briefed former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's senior policy advisors on the proceedings of committee and budget hearings.
     

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    Professional Affiliations: Maryland Bar (Admitted June 2017), Open Society Institute – Baltimore
    Language Skill: Japanese (High Intermediate)
    Honors and Awards: U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program participant (Advanced Japanese), July 2010
    Citizenship: U.S. Citizen

     


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