Editor in Chief, Justin Goss; Senior Spring Editor, Kathy Wroblewska; Senior Spring Media Editor, Austin Szabo; and Spring Editor, Jessica Li talk about the upcoming GPPR Spring Edition: Disruption. The group goes through the papers appearing in the issue, the unexpected results that the authors found, and their favorite disruptive events from the past year.
Kevin Barsaloux is a second year MPP student at the McCourt School of Public Policy. Originally from Chicago, IL, he came to D.C. last year to begin grad school. He is very interested in economics, education, and the future of labor. In addition, he closely follows politics on both the local and national level. Kevin has a background in theatre and experience in both video and audio production and is very excited to help bring excellent multimedia content to GPPR.
Editor in Chief, Justin Goss, sits down with current GU Politics Fellow and former Director of State Campaigns and Political Engagement for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, Marlon Marshall. The two talk about building grassroots movements, putting policy into action, and communicating complex policy proposals to the public.
Editor in Chief, Justin Goss, sits down with former White House Communications Director and current GU Politics Fellow, Jen Psaki. They cover social media, disruption in traditional communication venues, data driven policy, and the merits of using data in communications.
GPPR’s Editor in Chief, Justin Goss, sits down with GU Politics fellow and president of Americans for Tax Reform, Grover Norquist. The two talk about international free trade agreements, the U.S. economy, strategies for growth, and immigration. We also get a look into the topics that will be covered in Mr. Norquist’s weekly discussion group…
Editor in Chief, Justin Goss, sits down with 4 of the 5 new GU Politics fellows – Marlon Marshall, Anna Palmer, Jen Psaki, and Tony Sayegh. The group discusses the election, polling, long-term policies, and the fellows’ discussion groups for this semester at Georgetown.
Latin America is a region of untapped potential. Among the many factors transforming its configuration, rapid technology adoption and 163 million citizens—ages 15 to 29— are a promising combination for inclusive growth and development. On November 4, in a timely effort to discuss regional prospects and learn from the impact of innovations in the private,…
Senior Online Editor Delaney Luna and Senior Interview Editor Kevin Barsaloux sit down with GU Politics Fellow and Republican campaign strategist, Michael Steel to talk about the election, money in politics, lobbying, and the future of the Republican party.
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GPPR’s Senior Interview Editor, Kevin Barsaloux, talks with one of DC’s shadow senators, Michael Brown. The two talk about the DC statehood movement, the new State of New Columbia constitution, the effects of DC statehood, and the process of achieving statehood. Read GPPR’s companion piece, New Columbia, to learn even more about the DC statehood movement…