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Alexander Podkul is a graduate student and research assistant at Georgetown University, studying American Government. Formerly, Alexander worked in politics as a staff member of multiple local and regional campaigns, spent time working on Capitol Hill, and, most recently, completed The Heritage Foundation's Young Leaders Program. Alexander has written for PolicyMic, an online journal focused on millennial issues, where he authored pieces on religious liberty, politics, and the significance of community.
Alexander graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University where he majored in Government and Theology. Originally from Bloomfield, NJ, he currently resides outside of Washington, DC, in the Commonwealth of Virginia.