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Ed is a 3L at Georgetown Law. In addition to being an IIEL Fellow, Ed is a Business Law Scholar, RISE Fellow, Merit Scholar, Corporate Symposium Student Advisory Board Member, and Corporate and Financial Law Organization (CFLO) Member at Georgetown Law.

Prior to entering Georgetown Law, Ed worked in various capacities across the public, private, and civil sectors. Most recently, he worked for five and a half years in multiple roles at State Street Corporation in Boston, the world’s largest custodian bank and one of the largest asset managers. Having served as a Data Governance and Strategy Business Analyst within the Enterprise Resiliency Office, a Global Markets Client Onboarding Consultant, and a Private Equity and Real Estate Fund Administrator within the Office of the CAO of Alternative Investment Solutions, Ed is interested in pursuing emerging companies, capital markets, and mergers and acquisitions legal work.

Additionally, Ed formerly served as a New York City Teaching Fellow and taught English at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx. He has also held various research and consulting roles at the Edunomics Lab in Seattle, Teach For America’s headquarters in New York, and the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills in Paris. Lastly, Ed has served as an external analyst for Google and advised startups working to democratize education and streamline enterprise data management.

Ed graduated from Boston College with an A.B. in English (Phi Beta Kappa), Fordham University with an M.S.T. in Education (Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Kappa), and Columbia University and the London School of Economics with an M.P.A. dual degree in Public Policy and Management (Global Public Policy Network Scholar and International Fellows Program). Ed has also been educated at Oxford, Cambridge, Salamanca, and Bologna universities.

Ed serves in several leadership capacities within the Boston College community (Presidential Consultation Program for Alumni Emerging Leaders, Neenan Volunteer Council, and Endeavor Program), the Worcester Academy Board of Visitors, and the International House of New York’s World Council. Ed is also a member of the Oxford Entrepreneurs Network and BC’s Technology and Entrepreneurship Council.

Ed is a dual citizen of the United States and the Republic of Ireland and has lived in several cities including Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., Seattle, and London. He enjoys traveling and hiking through national parks and is an avid landscape and architectural photographer.