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Go on vacation or take up Senate highway bill- Really?

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Delighted to hear that Sen Bill Nelson had a successful surgery and is already back to working hard for Floridians and the nation!

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I left DCS to go to law school. After I graduated from law school, I clerked for two federal appellate judges -- Judge Bernice Donald of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (in Memphis, Tennessee), and Judge Janice Rogers Brown of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit (right here in D.C.). I now work for the D.C. office of an international law firm called Goodwin Procter LLP, where I serve as a litigation associate focusing on appellate litigation and consumer financial services law.

I truly enjoyed my time at DCS. Colleen is someone I consider a close friend and mentor, and Gerry is an inspiration. Even as an attorney, I get asked questions about things I learned at DCS (database management, for one), and the invaluable experience and skill set you gain in working with wonderful clients is portable for so many different fields, including the practice of law.
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness”- it only took 239 years but finally this includes our brothers and sisters in the GLBT community.

Happy 4th of July to all!

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Finally got it right.

After leaving DCS Erin became a digital officer for the United Nations Foundation where she oversaw online advocacy effects to promote and build support for a a strong U.S.-UN relationship. Additionally she oversaw the UN foundation social media channels and spearheaded social media strategy for the launch of #GivingTueday, Rio+Social and +SocialGood.

In 2013 Erin headed to Tanzania where she worked with two children's rights advocacy organizations - promoting and raising the profile of the rights of children through UNICEF.

Most recently Erin moved to New York City where she serves as the Engagement Manager for USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. In this role Erin is helping to rethink the way we talk about refugees through audience targeting, rebranding, storytelling and building grassroots support in the U.S.

Erin has DCS and CEO Colleen Kavanaugh to thank for much of her success. DCS was Erin's first job out of college and provided her with the necessary skills to navigate Washington, DC and the world beyond.

Never been more proud to be Irish-American. The Irish lead the way!

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Flotus gives new meaning to “never let them see you sweat” — you go girl!

To see Michelle Obama's work out video, click here.
There can be no peace without justice- for people of color, for the LGBT community, for all of us.