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Are Defense Primes Missing the Mark on Supplier Diversity?

Biography

At Public Spend Forum, I provide administrative, operational, and research support to our staff working to open government markets.

Prior to joining PSF, I received my MA in International Relations from the University of Rhode Island, where I taught introductory courses in American Politics and International Relations while contributing to faculty research projects on climate policy. I also received his undergraduate degree from Roger Williams University, where he served as Student Body President my senior year.

I am particularly interested in the legislative process and its implications for public procurement – a passion derived from my applied learning experiences working in administrative roles for members of both the United States Senate and the Scottish Parliament. I have also spent time conducting volunteer research for various academic programs at the U.S. Naval War College.

When I am not working, you will likely find me partaking in outdoor pursuits in my home state of Colorado or with extended family in Rhode Island. I am also a self-identified “bookworm” who is obsessed with anything related to U.S. presidential and diplomatic history.

Education

2020
University of Rhode Island
M.A.
International Relations
2018
Roger Williams University
B.A.
Political Science, Economics
2017
University of Edinburgh
Cert.
Parliamentary Affairs