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.