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Karen M. Czarnecki, American legislative staff member, former federal agency administrator.

Background

Czarnecki, Karen M. was born in 1966 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

Bachelor in World Politics, Catholic University America, Washington, 1988. Juris Doctor, Catholic University Columbus School Law. Graduate Institute Comparative Political & Economic Systems, Georgetown University, 1987.

Career

Domestic policy advisory to vice president The White House, Washington, 1989—1991. Various positions including director lctrs./seminars Heritage Foundation. Director Civil Justice and Health & Human Service task forces American Legislation Exchange Council.

Joined United States Department Labor, 2001, deputy assistant secretary for intergovernmental affairs, 2003—2009, director Office 21st Century Workforce, 2003—2009. Chief of staff to Republican Mike Kelly United States House of Representatives, since 2011. Teacher public policy internship seminar Fund for American Studies, Georgetown University, since 2008.