Bridget Amoako serves as a Research Associate focusing on technology, cybersecurity, budget and appropriations, transportation, and municipality issues.
At a Glance
Areas of Expertise
- Technology and Data Privacy
- Cybersecurity Policy
- Budget and Appropriations Process
- Transportation Policy
- BA, Political Science, Africana Minor, University of Pennsylvania
Bridget serves as a Research Associate monitoring legislation and regulations in technology, cybersecurity, transportation, and the federal budget and appropriations process. She also covers congressional hearings, creates marketing and client presentation decks, and conducts research in client issue areas. In addition, she prepares three Weekly Roundups detailing the latest news and policy updates in technology, cybersecurity, and budget and appropriations.
Bridget joined Peck Madigan Jones in July of 2017. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a minor in Africana Studies. During her academic career, she served as a Research Assistant to Professor Daniel Gillion while studying the effects of political protest. She is a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society.