Amelia provides support to POGO investigations in her capacity as a research associate. This includes gathering and analyzing data on private sector influence over both federal policy and contracting decisions. Amelia is also a contributor to the POGO Blog and has covered various topics including whistleblower retaliation, Fourth Amendment rights, and government withholding of public documents.
Amelia, who started at POGO as an intern, graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in political science. Before joining POGO she was a research assistant in the Northwestern University Political Science Department and contributed research and editing for Chloe Thurston's book, At the Boundaries of Homeownership: Credit, Discrimination, and the American State.
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