Welcome Summer 2016 Interns!May 23, 2016
We're pleased to announce the Public Knowledge Interns for Summer 2016. Each year we select talented students from around the country to join us for the summer and experience public policy processes and public interest advocacy in Washington, D.C. Interns have opportunities to attend Congressional hearings and panel events, contribute to legal filings and white papers, participate in outreach efforts and Capitol Hill visits, and much more. This year's class of interns has a range of interests, including cybersecurity, internet governance, communications for emergency services, and copyright reform. Learn more about our Summer 2016 interns below.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Mojdeh was a two-year Teach For America Corps Member, teaching first grade in Jersey City, New Jersey. Mojdeh is entering her second year at the George Washington University Law School, where she is a member of the Mock Trial Board.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Kayla worked for NTIA in the Office of Public Safety Communications, at the FCC in the Bureau of Public Safety & Homeland Security, and served as a law clerk in the Office of FCC Commissioner Mignon L. Clyburn. Kayla is entering her third year at Howard University School of Law, and is the Google Policy Fellow for Public Knowledge this summer.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Tham worked as an officer at WWF-Vietnam, conducting communication activities to promote sustainable practices among fisheries in Vietnam. Tham is a second year Ph.D. student in Mass Communication/Public Relations at the University of Oklahoma.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Daiquiri was a Google Policy Fellow at the National Hispanic Media Coalition, and an IT Communications Intern at the Arizona Department of Education. Daiquiri is entering her third year at the George Washington University Law School.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Mingli worked for Vogue China. Mingli is from Shanghai, China, where she had practiced Chinese corporate law in a local firm for three years. Mingli is entering her third year at the George Washington University Law School.
Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Garrison worked as a Digital Resource Assistant at the Kenyon College Library, purchasing digital rights and analyzing questions of fair use. Garrison is entering his second year at the George Washington University Law School.
Ethan Wham is a social media consultant for Relay Station Digital Strategies. Prior to consulting with Relay Station, he was a volunteer for IGF-USA and ISOC-DC, and more recently has taken an official supportive role in IGF-USA’s 2016 incarnation, as well as in ISOC-DC's social media efforts.