Jacqueline Kotkiewicz '19 is a Political Science and Public Policy double major and Business minor from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
She is a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha, the Political Science National Honor Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society. She has consistently been on the Dean’s Honor List, and is a recipient of Gettysburg's Presidential Scholarship.
In the summer of 2016, Jacqueline had a brief internship with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, working in the Office of Special Assistants. During the summer of 2018, Jacqueline interned for Maverick Strategies, a political consulting, lobbying, and fundraising firm. There, she assisted with political research, as well as monitored and tracked legislation pertinent to clients.
On campus, Jacqueline works as a Peer-Learning Associate for the First Year Seminar "How the White House Works: People, Jobs, and Agendas." She is a member of the Campus Activities Board and Habitat for Humanity, and she has held various executive board positions with Model Arab League, through which she has participated in conferences in Washington D.C. and Denver.
In the spring of 2018, Jacqueline studied abroad in Athens, Greece where she studied the political system of Greece, as well as immigration and nationalism throughout the European Union.
Jacqueline first became involved with the Eisenhower Institute her sophomore year, when she participated in Inside Politics with Kasey Pipes. Upon graduation, Jacqueline plans on attending law school to receive her Juris Doctor (JD) before pursuing a career in government relations.