GSI’s Summer Interns Explore Issues that Matter to the Next Generation of New Jerseyans
This Summer, GSI was pleased to welcome our inaugural class of college interns who explored the pressing public policy issues that face the next generation of New Jerseyans. The interns conducted independent research under the tutelage of GSI’s leadership team and had the opportunity to present their findings to members of New Jersey’s General Assembly and State Senate.
Meet our 2023 Summer Interns:
Zoe O’Halloran is a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in International Studies with a specialization in Global Security and is a resident of Berkeley Heights , New Jersey. She explored the implementation of New York City’s congestion pricing plans and the implications for Garden State residents in What NYC’s Congestion Pricing Means for New Jersey.
Emaan Kazmi is a student at George Washington University majoring in Political Science and Business Analytics and is a resident of Parsippany, New Jersey. She explored how New Jersey funds public school education in The Importance of Education Funding Efficiency in New Jersey.
Joseph Rojek is a student at Drew University and a resident of New Brunswick , New Jersey. He explored the issues surrounding the opioid crisis and published Revisiting New Jersey’s Response to the Opioid Crisis.
Julia Corbo is a student at the Univeristy of Virgnia McIntire School of Commerce and a resident of Mountain Lakes , New Jersey. She explored the issues surrounding New Jersey’s conversion to renewable energy sources and published New Jersey Must Look Elsewhere for Renewable Energy.