Program Assistant for Economic Policy
Devon Grayson-Wallace is the program assistant for economic policy, working with Ruth Flower on federal budget issues.
Devon is from Central Islip, New York. She graduated summa cum laude from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a concentration in peace studies. During her junior and senior years, she worked in the English Department Anderson House and in the Peace Studies Library. In the spring of 2012 she interned with the Center for Nonviolent Solutions, primarily developing and assisting with the Center’s peacemaking course offered to Worcester Main South high school students at the University Park Campus School. She was also awarded a Steinbrecher Fellowship to support research for her senior thesis, “The Grandparent-Grandchild Bond through Young-Adulthood,” for which she was awarded high honors.Learn more about FCNL's internship program. See what Devon has been writing on Of Peace and Politics.