Research Associates & Interns
Dmitri Repnikov, Research Associate
Dmitri Repnikov is a Research Associate at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. He supports senior economists with Real Time data research and is currently analyzing the job market for college graduates in the aftermath of the recession. He is also involved in analyzing and interpreting the Common Core State Standards as they relate to college and career readiness and has worked extensively on measuring green jobs (the green economy).
Prior to joining the Center, Dmitri was a research analyst at the Vermont Department of Labor. He is currently pursuing his M.S. in Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University in Washington D.C.
Dmitri earned his B.A. in Economics from St. Michael’s College in Vermont.
Andrew Debraggio, Communications and Research Assistant
Andrew Debraggio is a Communications and Research Assistant at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. He supports center staff with overall research tasks and assists the Director of Strategic Planning and Communications, and the Program Coordinator with various public affairs, communications and media tasks such as monitoring, developing media lists and working on press clipping reports.
Andrew is a rising sophomore at Georgetown University. He is a prospective Government and American Studies double major. On campus he is involved with the International Relations Club, works for Student Housing and Activity Facilities as a summer RHO assistant, and is a tour guide with the Georgetown University Blue and Gray Tour Guide Society.
Jamil Hamilton, Communications and Research Assistant
Jamil Hamilton is a Communications and Research Assistant at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. In addition to assisting the Director of Communications and the Program Coordinator with various public affairs tasks to publicize the Center’s work, he also supports staff with research projects.
Jamil, class of 2015, attends Georgetown University and is majoring in Government. He is active on Georgetown’s campus and is involved with political clubs and diversity initiatives on campus, such as Hoya Saxa Weekend, College Democrats, and the Student Diversity Panel.
As a government major, Jamil is primarily interested in the factors that affect public policy formation, and how policy implementation affects average Americas. His previous internships have included being a staffer for the Tim Kaine senate campaign, and working for Congresswoman Janice Hahn of California.