Katherine Chow


Education
    Princeton University
    August, 2013 - May, 2017
    degree
    Bachelor's
    major
    United States Government and Politics
    coursework
    Constitutional Interpretation
    Civil Liberties
    American Family in Law and Society
    Ethics and Public Policy
    the United States from 1974 to the Present
    Research Methods in Political Science
    International Bilingual School
Work Experience
    Carl A. Fields Center for Equality
    Intern
    October, 2013 - present
    company
    Carl A. Fields Center for Equality
    title
    Intern
    overview
    • Developed a new marketing strategy that utilizes office hours and social media competitions to increase the presence of the Fields Center on campus • Design publicity materials; manage social media to raise awareness about diversity issues and promote events • Revamped the weekly e-mail newsletter to increase visual appeal and improve organization • Assist in the organization of diversity-related events on campus such as Heritage Months by collaborating with student leaders to develop programming and booking venues
    Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice
    Research Assistant
    July, 2014 - February, 2015
    Princeton University History Department
    Research Assistant
    July, 2014 - February, 2015
Fun Fact
I really love the Constitution
Skills
Languages
ChineseFrench
Skills
adobe photoshopcoding in javaGraphic DesignInDesignMicrosoft OfficeVideo Editing
Leadership
    Program in Law and Public Affairs
    American Ideals and Institutions
    Princeton Debate Panel
    The American Whig Cliosophic Society
    Pace Center for Civic Engagement
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