AP People – Carolyn Warren

Carolyn Warren joined the Atlantic Partnership in June 2011 as a Project Manager supporting the Young Leaders program, research, and events.

Before coming to the Atlantic Partnership, Carolyn interned with the Colorado Republican Party’s Victory Campaign. There, she recruited and trained volunteers, conducted surveys, and registered individuals to vote in an effort to coordinate a grass-roots movement to benefit Republican candidates in her state. She also interned with the Scott McInnis for Governor Campaign.

Carolyn has recently finished her studies at Johns Hopkins University and will attend the Bologna campus of the Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Fall 2011. She speaks fluent French.

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