Julie Quinn is an expert in homeland security policy. Prior to QuinnWilliams, Julie collaborated with leading national security expert, Dr. Amy Zegart, to examine Congressional oversight of the U.S. intelligence agencies. Their findings were published in Intelligence and National Security in January 2011. At the public policy law firm, McKenna, Long & Aldridge, Julie worked with the Managing Director for Government Relations, researching and analyzing federal laws. She provided substantive research and data, drafted legislative language and proposed language for an Executive Order. Julie was also a producer for ABC News. Julie has her BA in Political Science from Stanford University and her Master of Public Policy from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. She is a certified mediator and member of Mediators Beyond Borders.
Katherine Williams specializes in strategic communications. Prior to QuinnWilliams, Katherine worked as a political communications and fundraising consultant in the Los Angeles area. She was a regional fundraiser for a major 2008 presidential campaign and she developed a national media strategy for a 2007 California energy proposition campaign. At the White House Office of Management and Budget, Katherine evaluated human capital improvement initiatives for the federal government. For the Brookings Institution, Katherine worked with nationally syndicated columnist, E.J. Dionne, Jr., providing research and communication strategies. Katherine has her BA in Political Science from Wake Forest University and her Master of Public Policy from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.