Nicole Golden is a member of the firm’s Public Policy Strategic Advocacy Practice, where she helps clients develop strategies to navigate the legislative process and achieve their goals.

    Prior to her role as a public policy specialist, Nicole participated in the firm’s highly competitive public policy internship program, where she monitored legislative and regulatory developments and analyzed legislation impacting the firm’s expansive network of global clients covering areas such as foreign affairs, national security, energy and climate, and transportation and infrastructure issues.

    Prior to joining the firm, Nicole interned with the Government Affairs team of a Washington DC law firm and served as a summer intern for a California law firm where she focused on government contracting, employment counseling and transactional securities.

    Nicole also served as the Government Relations Intern for Special Olympics International, where she researched and tracked federal and state legislation relating to non-profit regulations. Additionally, Nicole interned for US Rep. Juan Vargas (D-CA) in both the Capitol Hill and District offices where she worked on immigration and financial services issues.

    Nicole is a graduate of The George Washington University, where she double majored in international affairs and political science and minored in sociocultural anthropology.

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    Education

    • The George Washington University, B.A., 2021
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