2010 Keynote Speaker: David Medina, AB '91

2010 Keynote Speaker: David Medina, AB '91


David Medina currently serves as the Peace Corps' Director of Public Engagement. In this role, he manages several national Peace Corps initiatives which promote a better understanding of other peoples on the part of Americans. Mr. Medina is also responsible for building and maintaining strategic partnerships between the Peace Corps and non-profit organizations in the United States. Prior to joining the Peace Corps, Mr. Medina served as Deputy Chief of Staff to First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama. Over the last 16 years, Mr. Medina has also served as the US Global Leadership Campaign's government relations director, Senator John Edwards' national political director, the 2004 Democratic National Convention Committee's Deputy CEO, the AFL-CIO's Legislative Representative, the Democratic National Committee's Policy Director, and US Senator Carol Moseley-Braun's Legislative Assistant. Mr. Medina has served on the University of Chicago's Alumni Visiting Committee and the national boards of the Human Rights Campaign and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. David received his AB from the University of Chicago in political science and his MPP from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. This panel was filmed as part of Taking the Next Step 2010. For more information visit: https://takingthenextstep.uchicago.edu/

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