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Andrew (Drew) Lawyer 25 Hanover Place, N.W. Washington, D.C., 20001 804-240-9789 dlawyer@gwu.

edu Education George Washington University, Washington, D.C. B.A. Degree, Economics-; Minor, Religion Manchester High School, Midlothian, Virginia. Mass Communications Specialty Pro gram. Advanced Studies Diploma- June 2006. Rank 28 of 510. Member, National Honor Society. Employment/Internships Office of Senator Mark Warner. Intern. d constituent correspondence, addressed and briefings, monitored media outlets ecial projects and events and performed nuary 2010 ?V April 2010 Conducted legislative research, prepare constituent inquiries, attended hearings for daily developments, assisted with sp other general administrative duties. Ja

Commonwealth Autism Services, Inc. (CAS). Designed logo according to requested specifications for CAS brochures and other publications. Provided training to C AS staff in Adobe Photoshop basics. December 2009 ?VFebruary 2010. Virginia Department of Planning and Budget. Summer Intern. Conducted research and reviewed draft state regulations to identify inconsistencies with state stat utes or other regulatory provisions. Included the following areas: special educ ation for students with disabilities, career and technical education, corporate income tax, motor vehicle dealer board, food safety, mining zones. Attended var ious meetings as learning opportunities. June 2009 ?VAugust 2009. George Washington University Department of Emergency Medicine, Staff Special Ass istant 3, federal work study program. Responsible for routine office and cleric al work, including, filing, travel reservations, telephone inquiries, data entry , and mailings; special assignments. January 2009 ?V May 2009; October 2009 ?V December 2009. George Washington University: Elliot School: International Affairs; Staff Speci al Assistant (office assistant)-federal work study program. Responsible for rou tine office and clerical work, including, filing, travel reservations, telephone inquiries, data entry, and mailings; assisted with events. September 2006 ?V M arch 2008. Consumer Directed Companion Services. Provide supervision and companion service s to adult sibling with autism during summer months and breaks. Facilitate part icipation in recreational, social and physical fitness activities as provided un der Virginia??s Developmental Disabilities Waiver program. May 2007 ?V Present. Voices Together; Camp counselor/aide for day camp for students with autism and p eer campers without disabilities, Weinstein Jewish Community Center, August 2005 . Brandermill Woods Retirement Community, Server at Health Care Center. Take order s, deliver meals and perform dining room set-up and clean-up activities, March 2 005 ?V January, 2006.

Volunteer Activities Assistant Coach, Central Chesterfield Little League 10/11 Year old All Star Team , Summer 2009. Virginia Alliance for Community. Designed letterhead and logo for statewide pre ss announcement and public information campaign regarding the redirection of sta te dollars from institutions for people with disabilities to community based ser vices. November, 2008. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity- GWU: Secretary, 2006-2007; Participated in commun ity volunteer work; Member, 2006-2008. Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. Designed bookmark produced by Vir ginia Youth Leadership Forum Alumni and distributed nationally and to 800 people attending the Statewide Transition Forum, sponsored by the Department of Educat ion, March 2005; designed Funeral Tribute Brochure for Disability Advocate and m ember of the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities; December 2004; provide d assistance in organization for Youth Leadership forum alumni event; April, 200 3. ?a-irginia Commonwealth University. Presented on several autism sibling panels for post-graduate, doctoral, and post doctoral students participating in VA-LEN D (Virginia Leadership Excellence in Neuro-developmental Disabilities ) Program (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005). ?a...xceptional Orchestra: Videographer. Filmed 6 weeks of rehearsals and fina l performances of orchestra comprised of children with and without disabilities, March ?VMay, 2003, Richmond, Virginia; Kim Kredish, Director. Autism Society of Virginia, Central Virginia Chapter. Presented on sibling pane ls for parents and family members of children with autism (2000, 2002, 2003). Other Skills Exceptional computers skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher; SAS, STATA, SPSS, Eview; Adobe Photoshop, Dream Weaver, In-Design, Fl ash, Illustrator; Final Cut Pro. Familiar with JAVA and Banner Organized and detail oriented; able to multi-task and meet deadlines Excellent verbal and written communication skills