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Mariam Khan PHD.PUAD

MPP, Georgetown University, 2017; BA, College of William & Mary, 2015

Mariam Khan is currently a doctoral candidate in the Department of Public Administration & Policy. Her research interests are in the areas of labor, education, workforce development, and health. While pursuing her Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree at Georgetown University, in 2017, Mariam worked as a Research Associate at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. In 2016, she worked at the Capitol Hill as a Labor Policy Intern with the House Committee on Education & Workforce, which inspired her Master’s thesis research on the effects of the U.S. Department of Labor new overtime regulations on income inequality. Her other congressional and legislative experience includes internships with Congressman Frank Wolf (now retired) in 2013, Senator Mark Warner in 2014, and Congresswoman Barbara Comstock in 2015. Mariam received her BA from the College of William & Mary, with a major in Public Policy and minor in Mathematics.