Samuel Jefferson is a policy analyst at Insight Strategic Partners providing assistance to our partners and clients, engaging at all levels of government and politics.
Samuel is a recent graduate of Michigan State University where he received a bachelor's degree in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy with a minor in Political Economy. He also earned a business cognate from the university.
During his time at Michigan State, he was an intern with State Senator Jim Ananich, who represents Flint in the legislature. While working for Senator Ananich, Samuel worked to research compensation packages for Flint residents affected by the Flint Water Crisis.
Most recently, Samuel was an intern at former Microsoft General Counsel Bill Neukom’s World Justice Project. The World Justice Project - with offices in Seattle, Washington, DC, Mexico, and Singapore - works cooperatively with local governments, businesses, and experts in order to determime whether the 113 countries it monitors adhere to the rule of law. Samuel was invited to help orchestrate WJP’s World Justice Forum in The Hague, Netherlands where experts from around the globe convened to discuss solutions for rule of law-related issues. After a three-month internship in Seattle, Samuel was offered an extended position with WJP, assisting with projects in the United States.
After working for a year to get more policy and government experience, Samuel plans to pursue a law degree and work in public service.