Writer Shoshana Weissmann is Founder of Network Red, an alumnus of multiple national campaigns, and a junior at The George Washington University with plans to graduate a year early.
She was the youngest honoree of the DC GOP's 35 Under 35 list in 2012 and an honoree of the Red Alert Politics 30 Under 30 list in 2013. PolicyMic added her to their list of "10 Outstanding PolicyMic Pundits Making Waves Across the Media" in July 2013.
She has worked in politics since 2007, but has been Republican from the age of eight. Most recently, she served as the Political Director of The Casale Group.
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