National Association of Attorneys General
Brandi Green joined the NAAG staff during one of the busiest times of the year: in the midst of preparing for the 2008 Summer Meeting. She has since grasped her role as the communications assistant. In this capacity, she fields media calls, fulfill requests for the Attorneys General public information officers, drafts press materials, updates content on the Web site, provides general support for annual meetings and assists the director of communications in other duties.
“I’ve really grown both professionally and personally during my time at NAAG,” she said. “This is my first time encountering legal issues in such a direct manner so I am constantly learning and being challenged.”
Brandi first lived in Washington, D.C., while completing a semester-long program during her senior year in college. During that time, she took classes and interned at the Society for Women’s Health Research in the media relations department.
“I always knew I wanted to come back to the District,” said Brandi. “I love the atmosphere and diversity that the city offers. The possibilities are endless career-wise, especially being in communications. I’m getting the chance to explore areas that I would have not previously considered.”
While at NAAG, she especially enjoys interacting with the public information officers and learning more about consumer issues.
This Chicago, Ill., native graduated from Grinnell College with a bachelor’s degree in English. She enjoys reading, taking exercise classes, volunteering and creative writing.