Previous Capps Interns and Affiliations

2014-2015
Eliyahu Kamisher, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Fernando Cárdenas, Council for Opportunity in Education
Francesca Petraitis, The Raben Group
Galeela Michael, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

2013-2014
Marie Barranco, GlobalGiving
Vanessa Gonzalez, CentroNía
Norma Orozco, Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Office
Alicen Navarro, California School Boards Association
Sawyeh Maghsoodloo, Center for American Progress

2012-2013
Genna Promnick, Office of Congressman Henry Waxman
Sarah Bourke, Environmental Defense Fund
Anna Asatourian, Armenian National Committee of America & Liveshots D.C.
Austin White, Center for Education Reform
Fabian Diaz Luevano, Counsel General of Mexico

2011-2012
Elisa Cascardi, UN High Commission on Refugees
Lindsey Cobia, Office of Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey
Claire Badger, Bureau of Iraq Affairs, U.S. State Department
Danielle Pietro, Environmental Protection Agency
Kathleen Tan, CA Assembly Labor & Employment Committee

2010-2011
Margaret Aker, National Research Center for Women and Families
Joseph Trujillo, United States Attorney’s Office
Emily Wei, Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) committee
Jessica Schulberg, TransAfrica Forum
Fatima Segura, School Innovations and Advocacy

2009-2010
Megan G. Baltierra, Office of Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey
Grace Garey, International Rescue Committee
Kyle Tana, Council on Hemispheric Affairs

2008-2009
Andrew Knauer, Cato Institute
Alyssa B. Figueras, Office of Senator Barbara Boxer
Jonathan Bronstein, Talk Radio News Service
Amanda A. Muñoz, Department of Homeland Security

2007-2008
Christina Regaldo, Office of Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson
Adriana Rivera, Office of Congresswoman Ann Eshoo
Shannon Morrison, UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Stacey Neldon, American Society for Engineering
Brenna Barber, Sacramento for Obama

2006-2007
Bulmaro Huante, Council on Hemispheric Affairs
Sarah Minczeski, Representative Pete Visclosky’s Office
Lindsey Fletcher, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Nina Salvador, Environmental Protection Agency

2005-2006
Brianne Law, Department of Justice
Melanie, Lehman, California Institute for Federal Policy
Hayley Gillooly, Institute for Policy Studies

2004-2005
Elizabeth Nicholes, Office of Congresswoman Lois Capps
Almara Fazli, National Whistleblower Center
Sarah Slice, Office of Congressman Adam Schiff
Stacey O’Neil, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies

2003-2004
Jennifer Holcomb, Americans United for Separation of Church and State

2002-2003
Kate Pollack, National Women’s Health Network
Miguel Morton, Office of Congresswoman Lois Capps