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Introducing the Class of 2018 First-Year Fellows

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Class of 2018 First-Year Fellows with Professor Ron Shaiko on the U.S. Capitol steps in Washington, DC in June 2015. Photo by Laurie DeWitt.

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The Rockefeller Center congratulates the following members of the Class on 2018 on their selection into the First-Year Fellow program, and acknowledges the First-Year Fellow mentors, whose dedication and support make this program possible. 

  • Abhishek Bhargava ’18, Smithsonian Institution

  • Charlotte Blatt ’18, Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

  • Anish Chadalavada ’18, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

  • Riley Collins ’18, Truman National Security Project, Center for National Policy

  • Julia Decerega ’18, Voice of America

  • Madison DeRose ’18, Smithsonian Institution

  • James Fair ’18, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

  • Rachel Favors ’18, Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy

  • Kelsey Flower ’18, Superior Court of the District of Columbia

  • Abhilasha Gokulan ’18, The Center for Perinatal Advocacy at Providence

  • Vivian Jiang ’18, The Center for Perinatal Advocacy at Providence

  • Spencer Lambdin ’18, National Disability Institute

  • Connie Lee ’18, Environmental Protection Agency
             
  • Ray Lu ’18, National Council of Nonprofits

  • Anthony John Marquez ’18, U.S. Department of Education

  • Savannah Moss ’18, DC Prep Charter School

  • Garrison Roe ’18, Office of Congresswoman Anne Kuster

  • Rachel Scholz-Bright ’18, National Science Foundation

  • Daniel Shlien ’18, Project on Government Oversight

  • David Tramonte ’18, Congressional Research Service: Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade Division

  • Sydney Walter ’18, The Charles Group LLC

  • Andrew Wolff ’18, Bipartisan Policy Center

  • Audrey Zheng ’18, National Women’s Business Council

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