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Category: Discovery & Impact

Title: Meet the Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellows

Date Published: January 19, 2021

The Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy (GU Politics) is excited to introduce the Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellows class.

Each semester, GU Politics welcomes a new class of Fellows to the Hilltop to engage with students and facilitate discussions that offer a glimpse into the world of U.S. politics.

Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellows:

  • Guy Benson: Host of the “Guy Benson Show” on Fox News Radio and Political Editor, TownHall.com.
  • Anatole Jenkins: National Director of States Organizing, Biden-Harris campaign and former Director of Organizing, Kamala Harris campaign
  • Doug Jones: Former United States Senator (D-AL)
  • Julie Pace: Washington Bureau Chief, The Associated Press
  • Tom Perez: Chair, Democratic National Committee and former U.S. Secretary of Labor
  • Sara Sendek: Former Director of Public Affairs, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and former White House Director of Rapid Response, Bush Administration.

Beginning in February, the Spring 2021 Fellows will host virtual weekly discussion groups where students and the Georgetown community can hear different perspectives, participate in lively discussions, and learn what it is like to work in politics, journalism, and public service.

Fellows also host virtual office hours where students can network, build relationships, ask questions, chat about career paths, and discuss the latest developments in domestic and foreign policy.

Please join us on Friday, January 29 from 12:30-2:00 pm (EST) for the GU Politics Fellows Open House to offer our Fellows a warm welcome, learn about their background, and hear what they have planned for the semester—and how you can work with them!

Hoya Saxa!

Interested in diving a bit deeper and working alongside the Fellows? Sign up to join a Student Strategy Team where you can brainstorm fresh ideas to make politics work better, help with research, and encourage campus engagement.