Harry: I’m from New York. I originally moved here for college at GW, and bounced around for a few years before coming back for law and policy school.
Harry: I miss New York pizza. But I’m very happy in DC, it’s a very livable city with a lot of hidden gems. You meet people from all over the world who speak about issues that matter.
Harry: I don’t like politics. I like policy. I don’t like the process of duking it out to make some ideological point. I like it when we can use our collective resources to make people’s lives better. This is very much about doing what’s right and helping people.
Harry’s dreamed of being the Jewish Hill Staffer of the Week for quite some time now.
Harry: I would get out of DC and hike Old Rag.
Harry: I really enjoy spending time with friends – hiking, traveling, going on road trips, doing yoga.
Harry: The next two trips I’m thinking of doing are to Guatemala and Thailand. I’m very much looking forward to those. Traveling is probably my favorite thing to do. I like the sense of freedom, the adventure of pushing myself, and rediscovering the humanity in others.
Harry: Without a doubt, it’s John Lewis. He is a civil rights icon who was nearly murdered while fighting for the right to vote. It was partially through his advocacy that the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed and he’s now been a member of Congress for quite some time. He is a strong moral voice, that unfortunately we need a lot of right now.
Harry: My goal for the year is to learn how to use chopsticks.
Harry: Things get interesting.
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