Wheaton alum Gabe Amo ’10 was profiled in July in WPRO News’ “630 Under 30” series, which highlights young professionals in Rhode Island.
Amo, 27, of Pawtucket, R.I., is director of public engagement for Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo.
“Politics and government have always been the most interesting things to me,” Amo told WPRO News. “My path here is a product of being singularly focused on trying to contribute to public service.”
As a political science major at Wheaton, Amo served on the Student Government Association and the College Hearing Board, and was president of Wheaton’s chapter of The Roosevelt Institution. He received numerous scholarships and awards while at Wheaton, including the Davis International Fellowship, which enabled him to teach at a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana the summer after his sophomore year. [Read more...]