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February 21, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Room 320-F, Third Floor
Join us for a brown bag lunch talk with Matt Nosanchuk ‘90, where he will share his experiences in leaving the White House 2016 and re-energizing his career as a private citizen.
Matt is a former Associate Director of Public Engagement who served as the liaison to the American Jewish community and on international issues. After joining the White House in 2013, he has served both in the Office of Public Engagement and as Director for Outreach on the National Security Council Staff. Matt joined the Obama Administration in 2009 as Senior Counselor to Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez in the Civil Rights Division. He was the Division’s point person on LGBT issues, including the challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act and the implementation of the new hate crimes law, and oversaw the establishment of the Division’s Policy and Strategy Section. In 2012, he became the Associate General Counsel for Legal Counsel at the Department of Homeland Security, leading a division of the Office of General Counsel. Matt earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with Honors and a law degree from Stanford University, was a Truman Scholar and studied in Israel.