Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Katelin has engaged with various internships during her experience in undergrad surrounding government and civic engagement. She has interned for entities such as the Atlanta Housing Authority as a summer intern, and the Georgia General Assembly for two consecutive legislative sessions. During her sophomore year, she served as an intern for the Stacey Abrams for Governor campaign in 2018, which she considers to be a large driving force in her interest for local government. Most recently, Katelin served as a policy and research intern for the Center for Civic Innovation which allowed to her gain insight into the necessary functions required for improving the quality of life for constituents.


B.A. Political science/ Georgia State Univeristy/ Graduated May 2021/ African American Studies minor

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Career Goals:

Katelin’s ultimate career objective is to improve governance for local communities that lack inclusive policies or representation. She is passionate about the City of Atlanta and the extensive civic history that derives from it. In addition, she hopes to be a driving force in improving conditions throughout all intersections of local government such as infrastructure, transportation, and community relations.