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Students gain valuable experience by fulfilling roles in Policy and Government Relations, Communications, and Development. League of Education Voters offers internships and student employment.


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Amelia Vasudevan

Master of Business Administration, University of Washington

Amelia is completing the Evening MBA Program at the University of Washington. She has a background in law and worked as Policy Advisor for the Federal and State Governments in Australia. She has experience designing and implementing legislative reforms to improve access to justice, developing robust budgets and public reporting against KPIs. She has worked on projects to identify good practice in social sectors such as healthcare and disability services. She holds a B Arts and B Laws from Australia.


Headshot of Zeenat YahyaZeenat Yahya

Masters of Education Policy Program, University of Washington

Zeenat is currently finishing up her Master’s in Education Policy at the University of Washington. Her previous experiences involve working with the CA State Superintendent and his staff to learn more about the role of education policy in California, providing college readiness support to high school students through the AVID program, and doing civic education work for IGNITE,  national, non-partisan organization that is working to empower more young women to run for office and increase civic engagement among high school and college students. Zeenat has a degree in Political Science-Public Service from the University of California, Davis.


LEV Student Alumni


Simeng Zhu, November 2017 – June 2018

  • Education, Communities, and Organizations, University of Washington


Emma Elise Hodges, November 2017 – May 2018

  • Education, Communities, and Organizations, University of Washington


Tiahnna Kau, August – September 2017

  • Marketing and International Business, Seattle University


MyKaila Young, October 2016 – January 2017

  • Communications, University of Washington


Merrill Poepping, June – September 2016

  • Communications, Western Washington University