Elisabeth Hirschhorn Donahue is the associate dean for public affairs and communications at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, overseeing the School’s public affairs programming, communications, publications, and public relations initiatives. Prior to becoming associate dean, she served as the executive director and associate editor of The Future of Children, a joint project of Princeton and the Brookings Institution, managing production of journal volumes, creating and implementing outreach initiatives, and co-editing several volumes. She also served as a lecturer at the Wilson School, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on poverty and family policy issues. Before that she was an attorney at the National Women’s Law Center in Washington, DC. She is a lawyer with both federal and state public policy, communications, and advocacy experience. She earned a JD from Georgetown University Law Center and an AB from Brown University. Elisabeth is a 1993 Echoing Green Fellow.
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