Working for the FCC: Kate Black Roundtable Discussion
Come and meet Miami University alumna Kate Black (Policy advisor for the Federal Communications Committee) and engage in a casual roundtable discussion on careers working in D.C.
REQUIRED- RSVP to Michael Turner firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Black currently serves as the Policy Advisor for the Federal Communications Commission. She joined the office from EMILY's List, where she most recently served as Chief of Staff. In this role, she was responsible for strategic support for its president and for helping to implement and manage EMILY's List goals and initiatives. In her role, she worked to elect women up and down the ballot and from across the country. Previously, Kate served as the Vice President of Research for EMILY's List, where she was responsible for regulatory and legislative policies regarding key issues facing American families and the economy. While in this role, she also served as Executive Director of American Women, where she led the organization's polling, messaging, and policy development, with a special focus on media consumption and the impact of new technologies on the economy. Kate has held a variety of other policy and research positions at a diverse group of organizations, including the Democratic National Committee, the Service Employees International Union, and Hillary Clinton for President. She is the co-author, with June Diane Raphael, of "Represent: The Woman's Guide to Running for Office and Changing the World," scheduled to be published by Workman Publishing in 2019. She is a graduate of Miami University (Interdisciplinary Studies – 2006) and holds a Master of Arts from George Washington University. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, Sam and their son, Charlie.
Monday, September 23, 2019 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Harrison Hall, Room 204
349 E. High St., Oxford, OH 45056