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Meet our USF in DC Fellows

We are proud to introduce this semester’s USF in DC cohort! USF in DC is a semester-long program in Washington, D.C. that integrates a full-time internship with relevant coursework taught by USF faculty and University of California Washington Program (UC DC) faculty.The USF in DC program continues to grow and the talented McCarthy Fellows continue to impress as they await placement in some of the most influential offices in the nation’s capital. Let’s wish our Fellows, congrats and good luck!

Zoe Baker ’20 | Politics | Internship: Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA)


Ariana Heydari ’21 | Politics, Environmental Studies and Legal Studies Minor | Internship: Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA)

Krystal Giraldes ’20 | Politics, Minor in Legal Studies, Jewish Studies and Social Justice | Internship: Middle East Institute

Jazmine Tabili ’20 | Politics/Public Service and Community Engagement Minor | Internship: Democratic National Committee

Riley Kam ’20 | Psychology | Internship: Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI)

Z’aujanae Ponton ’20 | Sociology | Internship: Congressman Derrick Kilmer (D-WA)

Brigid Behrens ’21 | Psychology, Politics Minor | Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law

Ezra Del Rosario ’21| Media Studies, Journalism Minor | Internship: International Center for Journalists

Angie Karina Muñoz ’20 | International Studies, Latin American Studies Minor | Washington Office on Latin America



Chelsea Page ’20 | Politics




Ashley Scott ’21 | Business Management, Politics Minor | Internship: Visa Government Engagement Office


Be a part of the next cohort of USF in D.C. Fellows! Come to the next information session on January 28. More information on our News and Events page.

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jgpearson • January 23, 2020

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