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JOHN CARLOS GREEN, MPP

WASHINGTON DC 20009

PROFILE

• Solid background in analyzing, developing, and implementing labor, housing and immigration
policy with a strong emphasis in Equal Employment Opportunity statutes and regulations
• Thorough education in public policy, legal studies and political theory
• Experience working independently – researching and writing articles
• Experience working collaboratively – organizing events and developing policy/procedures

OBJECTIVE

To contribute to finding a solution for comprehensive immigration reform while helping to protect and
advance workers’ rights - augmenting my understanding of progressive values/policy.

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

• Qualitative Research & Data Gathering • Newsletter & Online Content


• Quantitative Analysis Composition
• Public Relations & Social Media • Event Planning & Meeting Coordination
Expertise • Fluent in Spanish
• Research Analysis & Investigative • Proficient in Stella, SPSS, Microsoft
Interviewing Office

PUBLICATIONS

NLIHC Articles:

• “In Q4 2009, Housing Market Shoed Some Signs of Stabilizing”


• “Data Show a Surge in Multi-Generational Households”
• “HUD Study Examines Costs Associated with First-Time Homelessness”

NLINC Graphic Tools:

• “Rental Market Shows Some Signs of Stabilizing at the End of 2009”


• “Multi-generational Households Make a Comeback”

EDUCATION

GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY


Master of Public Policy January 2009
Arlington, VA
• Concentration: Regional Economic Development and Technology Policy
• Relevant coursework: Theory and Practice in Public Policy, Managerial Economics and Policy
Analysis, Statistical Methods in Policy Analysis, Urban Politics and Policy, Housing and
Community Development Policy
• Participated in Business and Professional Writing Seminar

GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY


B.A. Government and International Politics May 2002
Minors in Legal Studies and Spanish Fairfax. VA
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1927 13 ST. NW, WASHINGTON DC 20009 (202) 607-5224 jcgreen1@gmail.com

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

NATIONAL LOW INCOME HOUSING COALITION Feb. 2010 – May 2010


Research Intern Washington, DC

• Authored articles for weekly newsletter, Memo to Members


• Produced quantitative analysis on rental markets of 2009
• Developed graphic tools for research ream
• Organized logistics for NLIHC’s annual conference

OFFICE OF SENATE MAJORITY LEADER HARRY REID Aug. 2009 – Jan. 2010
Graduate Policy Intern Washington, DC

• Researched and analyzed legislation, regulations and statutes on health, immigration and
environmental issues
• Composed constituent letters and briefing memos
• Identified and monitored constituents’ legislative priorities
• Represented the Senator at committee hearings

OFFICE OF EQUITY AND DIVERSITY SERVICES, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Aug. 2002 – Sept. 2007
Equal Opportunity Specialist Fairfax, VA

• Researched and analyzed EO/EEO policy, statutes and regulations


• Ensured compliance with federal and state equal opportunity and affirmative action laws
• Investigated cases and allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment
• Assembled evidence and composed investigative and determination reports
• Formed non-discrimination and sexual harassment policies
• Developed equal opportunity and affirmative action grievance procedures

RICHARD P. BUZAN P.C. May 2002 – Oct. 2002


Legal Assistant Fairfax, VA

• Composed and edited correspondence, contracts and legal documents


• Researched and analyzed cases of domestic relations and family law

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY


President

• Oversaw events and operations for chapter of over 85 members


• Raised over $5,000 for several charitable organizations
• Organized food bank volunteering the homeless

GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY COURT OF SESSIONS


Chief Justice

• Headed university judiciary process


• Deliberated with colleagues on student affairs policies