Meet the 2024 USF In DC Fellows

Congratulations to our newest cohort of USF in DC Fellows. This semester, nine students from various majors will be immersed in the policymaking processes in the U.S. capital. Our fellows will get a front row seat to observe and learn how public policy happens at the national level and build the skill set necessary to be change leaders in their communities. Please welcome them and take a peek at where they will be spending the majority of their time this year!







Taylor Matoba ’25,

Internship:   Office of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (CA)






Maximilian Amend ’26, English

Internship:  National Coalition on School Diversity







Paola Saavedra ’25, Politics

Internship:  Office of Rep. Veronica Escobar (TX-16)







Mitchell Dombrowski, Finance, ‘24

Internship:  US Treasury






Cindy Hoang, Politics, ’24

Internship:  Rep. Judy Chu (CA)







Forrest Cameron ‘24, Politics

Internship:  To be announced

Kyla Menconi ’26, Politics

Internship:  Office of Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (CA)






Phoebe Perkins ’25, Politics

Internship:  To be announced

Antonio Gomez ’25, International Studies

Internship:  To be announced


Learn more about the McCarthy Fellows in DC  here!

advocacyCalifornia Politicscommunity engagementDemocracyinternshipLeo T. McCarthy Centerpolicysocial justicestudent leadersstudentsUSF in DCWashington DC

Athena Davis • January 22, 2024

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