Economic adviser in Washington D.C. Metro Area

  1. Sonal Shah

    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Public Policy
    Sonal Shah
  2. Joshua Noonan

    Title
    Presidential Management Fellow at U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | International Affairs
    Current:
    Presidential Management Fellow at U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Post-Soviet Analyst and Expert at Freelance
    Past:
    Presidential Management Fellowship Finalist at The United States Government, MA Candidate at Johns Hopkins University SAIS, Azerbaijani News Analyst at The Conway Bulletin, Research Assistant - Kennan Institute at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Cultural Programs Officer at Karabakh Foundation, IT and Marketing Director at Pumpkin Seed Press, FLEX / Young Leadership Program Participant Recruiter at American Councils for International Education, Program Coordinator - Logisitics at Envision, Kathryn Davis Fellow for Peace in Russian - Summer 2010 at Middlebury College, United States Fulbright Fellow at Azerbaijan and Georgia at Fulbright Fellowship, English Teacher at EF Almaty, United States Peace Corps Community Economic Development Adviser - Azerbaijan at CHF International, Paid Intern - The Office of Senator Chuck Hagel in Washington D.C. at US Senate, Global Studies Conference Intern at The University of Nebraska at Omaha, Work Study at The University of Nebraska at Omaha, Farm Hand and Livestock Handler at Robert Noonan Farms
    Education:
    Johns Hopkins SAIS, Middlebury College, Shizuoka University, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Helsingin kauppakorkeakoulu, Central Community College Columbus Nebraska
    Summary:
    Motivated and energetic practitioner of international relations and international economics. Interested in a career in Washington, DC, New York, or abroad that utilizes creativity, project implementation, and language skills preferably with work directed towards the countries of the Former Soviet Union, notably the Caspian and Black Sea Basins due to more than four years of experience in the region. Appreciates a job that allows for personal and professional growth while also stressing the need for acquiring new knowledge and skills. Seeking work especially on the political risk in the East-West energy corridor from the Caspian Basin to Europe and that of the greater Caucasus. Developing focus on East Asian-Eurasian political and energy cooperation. Specialties: Policy Analysis, Policy Briefing, Political Risk Analysis, Regional Forecasting, Energy Analysis, Investor Due Diligence, Regional Analysis, USAID Contractor, International Development, US Government, Independent Research, TEFL Preparation, Standardized Test Administration, Scholarship Interview and Search, Translation and Interpretation, Azeri, Japanese, Farsi, and Russian languages.
    Joshua Noonan
  3. Jawad Joya

    Title
    Economic Policy Analyst
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Public Policy
    Past:
    Economic Strategist and Special Adviser at International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), Research Fellow at UBS Wealth Management, Strategic Economic Policy Intern at United States Senate, Layout Editor at Earlham Word, Special Assistant to Vice President–Investments at UBS Wealth Management, Research Assistant to Director at Department of Peace and Global Studies, Special Assistant to Chief, Export and Customer Services at illycaffè SpA, Computing Officer at ICRC
    Education:
    Earlham College, Stanford University, United World College of the Adriatic
    Jawad Joya
  4. Orde Kittrie

    Title
    Professor of Law at Arizona State University @ordefk
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Higher Education
    Current:
    Professor of Law/Washington, DC Program at Arizona State University Law School
    Past:
    Visiting Scholar at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Office of the Legal Adviser at US Department of State, Special Assistant to Under Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs at U.S. Department of State, Legislative Assistant and Press Spokesman at US House of Representatives
    Education:
    University of Michigan Law School, Yale University, Walt Whitman High School
    Orde Kittrie
  5. Neil Gregory

    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | International Trade and Development
    Neil Gregory