AP Panelist – Eric Mittereder

MitterederEric Mittereder joined Atlantic Partnership (AP) in December 2006 as an AP Project Manager responsible for a variety of projects, including bringing new panelists to AP, developing the website, graphically-designing marketing materials, and helping source articles and write synposis for the AP newsletter. Eric spearheaded AP’s redesign project that has included a complete rework of all AP brochures, reports and publicly-distributed items.

Aside from his work with AP, Eric served as the president of the Georgetown University Media Board, which controls funding and provides consulting for all campus media groups. He also was the publisher at the weekly newsmagazine The Georgetown Voice, where he oversaw the business, web, graphic design and photography departments.

Eric also served as The Georgetown Voice design editor, and built an institutional design team and launched a redesign project for the entire paper and website. The project ultimately brought a more interesting presentation and a significantly-increased sense of professionalism to the newsmagazine.

Eric has considerable research experience, independently researching and coordinating the production of The Political Papacy(published 2006), a collection of writings on the political legacy of Pope John Paul II, under the supervision of Georgetown professor Chester Gillis.

Eric graduated in May 2008 from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a bachelor’s degree in Culture and Politics and a minor in International Business Diplomacy. He attended the Universität Trier for the 2006 summer semester and the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin from March through July 2007. Eric is currently pursuing a law degree from Georgetown University.

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