Legislative and Communications Intern, U.S. Senate
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Natalia Cooper is an Analyst at Hamilton Place Strategies, where she assists clients in analyzing policy and developing communications strategies.
Prior to joining HPS, she served as a legislative intern for Senator Bill Nelson, and then as a communications intern for Senator Tim Kaine. She also interned for Freedman Consulting, LLC, and later joined Freedman’s Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity project as a fellow. Additionally, she gained research experience as an intern at the Council of the Great City Schools, where she helped to produce a major report on student achievement using academic achievement data from 50 of the nation’s largest urban school districts.
Natalia is originally from Delray Beach, FL. She graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Howard University with degrees in Economics and Political Science.