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Washington D.C.
Friday, October 7, 2022

Abigail Spiegelman

Team-oriented with the ability to develop and execute ideas and initiatives
  • Bryan, Texas
  • October 20, 2020
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Masters of Professional Studies: Emergency and Disaster Management @ Georgetown University
Jan 2018 — Aug 2020

Capstone: The anti-vaccination movement and the impact of geographic factors
Coursework: WMD & Terrorism, Public Health EDM, Theory & Legal Framework, Risk Perception, International Humanitarian Disasters, Ethics & Critical Decision Making, GIS, Hazard Mitigation, Project Management & Budgeting, Vulnerable Populations

Bachelor of Science: USVM- Biomedical Sciences @ Texas A&M University
Aug 2014 — Dec 2017

Minors: Business Administration and American History
Certificate: Public Health Entomology


Program Coordinator @ Texas A&M School of Public Health
Mar 2020 — Current

•Conduct literature reviews for grant deliverables on public health and emergency preparedness
•Work on DSRIP survey team as Program Manager: issued survey, data analysis, managed team’s time
•Develop training modules on emergency preparedness for professionals

Field Representative/Caseworker, Austin, Texas @ U.S. House of Representatives
Feb 2019 — Feb 2020

•In charge of Austin District Office and surrounding counties
•Started and complete constituent casework with federal agencies; agencies include: USCIS, DHS, DOS, VA, IRS
•Maintained working knowledge of current events and legislative items for policy drafts and legislative meetings
•Managed intern team, office inventory, phone calls, emails
•Attended events and legislative meetings on behalf of the Congressman

District Director @ Texas House of Representatives
Jun 2018 — Jan 2019

•Attended events, meetings, roundtables in the district on behalf of the Representative
•Maintained knowledge of legislative and constituent issues throughout district’s 5 counties
•Handled constituent casework with state agencies
•Managed office inventory and functions (phone calls, emails, etc.)

Caseworker, Bryan, Texas @ U.S. House of Representatives
Jan 2018 — May 2018

•Handled constituent casework with federal agencies
•Managed office, including training and managing of intern team
•Met with constituents and answered questions on legislative issues, agency problems, or miscellaneous issues
•Planned and executed all aspects of the TX-17 Congressional Art Contest and Reception, event for 75 people

Congressional Intern, Austin, Texas @ U.S. House of Representatives
May 2017 — Jul 2017

•Managed office when Field Representative was out
•Handled casework from start to finish- agencies included: SSA, DOS, USCIS, VA
•Met with constituents on legislative and casework issues

Teaching Assistant/Recitation Instructor @ Texas A&M University, Department of Mathematics
Aug 2016 — May 2018

•Aided with answering student questions and working problems in a class of 50-100 students
•Held independent office hours to assist students with homework, notes, or any other questions

Congressional Intern, Washington D.C. @ U.S. House of Representatives
May 2016 — Jul 2016

•Attended House and Senate committee hearings, took notes and drafted memos to be circulated within the office
•Greeted visitors and offered tours of the United States Capitol Building
•Aided with constituent services through phone calls, drafting letters, and constituent bill responses

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