David Janovsky is a policy analyst for The Constitution Project at POGO. He researches and develops policy reforms on separation of powers issues, particularly involving Congress and the Department of Justice. He also coordinates TCP’s amicus briefs, and manages strategic outreach to allied individuals and organizations.
Prior to joining TCP in 2015, David worked as a research assistant at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he contributed to an analysis of the response to the Boston Marathon bombing.
David graduated from Pomona College with a B.A. in public policy analysis. His thesis, on applying accountability mechanisms to regional public safety organizations, won the Russell M. Story Prize in Public Policy Analysis, and he was awarded multiple academic prizes for his work related to the Constitution.
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