Ian Hutcheson

B.A., McGill University
Major: Political Science; Minor: German Language
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Ian Hutcheson, a Liese Ridgeway Vanatta and Ethan Allen Scholar, graduated from McGill University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in German Language. After graduating, Ian worked in his native state of Vermont in politics and government and in the education and social assistance sectors. He interned in the district office of U.S. Representative Peter Welch and for the Vermont Democratic Party during the 2014 mid-term elections. In the fall of 2015 Ian began a position at the State of Vermont Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, an agency which assists people with disabilities in finding and maintaining employment. Ian is currently working in the City Administrator’s Office in Roeland Park. Contact email: ihutch01@gmail.com

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