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Schools are broken. Kids are doomed. So goes the current media narrative on education in America.
Woodberry Associates recently welcomed its fall intern class of three undergraduate students from local universities.
For Woodberry’s Berkeley Barnett, an interest in public affairs started long before she graduated college.
It’s been said that Washington doesn’t act – it reacts. So with the value of crypto currencies plunging, calls for regulation are, not surprisingly, escalating.
You’ve likely heard rumblings about a renewed effort to pass a signature element of President Biden’s economic agenda, the Build Back Better plan.
Woodberry Associates’ Alexa Devantier is no stranger to event planning.
For Andrew Roof, childhood trips to the local bookstore sparked a lifelong interest in education – and education policy.
When it comes to policy, it’s easy to get caught up in the daily noise from Washington. It is, after all, what radio, television and print news focuses on.
Many people face struggles that never make headlines. But as Woodberry Associates’ Elizabeth Simpson knows, that doesn’t mean their challenges aren’t important.
With earmarks newly reinstated, members of Congress can now direct small pockets of federal spending to projects and priorities in their home state.
If you want to change a policy or pass a law, have a good story. In advocacy, that advice is universal.