Policy Research Associate
Rasheedah Hasan is an experienced professional with a demonstrated history of success in U.S. Congressional operations and U.S. Congressional committee management. A Capitol Hill veteran, she served as Chief Clerk for the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Veterans’ Affairs and as Chief Clerk and Member Services staffer for the Committee on Education and Labor.
Upon relocation to Washington, D.C., Hasan interned for several organizations such as the D.C. Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and was a judicial legal intern for The Honorable Judge David A. Simmons with the District of Columbia’s Office of Human Rights. She also held a stint as a communications intern for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc., and for the U.S. Senate Small Business Committee.
The Saint Louis, Missouri, native has a proven track record in managing effective stakeholder communication skills as well as spearheading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and event organizing.
Hasan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology with a minor in communications from Northwest Missouri State University and is currently taking steps to pursue her juris doctorate.