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WASHINGTON- U.S. Senator John Boozman applauded the efforts of talented college students interning in his Washington and state offices for their service to the people of Arkansas.

“These interns have been a tremendous help to my staff and to the people of Arkansas. I appreciate their dedication and commitment to being an ambassador for our state and my office. I’m confident they found the internship rewarding and learned a lot about the work we do on behalf of Arkansans,” Boozman said.

Hannah Bagley, Nicholas Baltz, Hannah Barr, Mason Brodie, Madeline Bryant, Amanda Chewning, Peyton Flory, Max Harrell, Andrew Kelley, Grant McKenzie, Natalie Means, Nancy Smith, Dassi Solomson, Jessica Weltge and David Wolf are completing a five-week internship in Boozman’s Washington office. These interns have dedicated themselves to serving Arkansans by answering incoming phone calls, assisting with mail, and giving Capitol tours to Arkansans.

Allie Baxter, Abby Olson, Brittany Parker, and Dillon Vick interned in the state offices. These interns served Arkansans by writing letters, researching issues related to constituent services and federal agencies and representing the senator at community events and meetings alongside his staff.

Allie Baxter is from Fort Smith. She attends Oklahoma Baptist University where she studies marketing. 

Hannah Bagley is from Forney, Texas. She graduated from Forney High School in 2015. She is a junior at the University of Arkansas where she is majoring in political science and broadcast journalism. 

Nicholas Baltz is from Pocahontas. He graduated from Pocahontas High School in 2014. He is a junior the University of Virginia where he studies commerce.

Hannah Barr is from Fort Smith. She graduated from Southside High School in 2014. She is a senior at Arkansas State University where she is studying political science.

Mason Brodie is from Rogers. He graduated from Rogers High School in 2014. He is a senior at the University of Arkansas with a major in business management.

Madeline Bryant is from Fort Smith. She graduated from Southside High School in 2014. She is a senior at the University of Arkansas where she is majoring in political science.

Amanda Chewning is from Ashdown. She graduated from Foreman High School in 2014. She is a senior at Southern Arkansas University with a major in political science.

Peyton Flory is from Columbus, Georgia. She is a recent graduate of Madeira School. She will begin her freshman year University of Alabama in the fall and plans to study political science.

Max Harrell is from Rogers. He graduated from Rogers High School in 2014. He is a senior at the University of Arkansas with a major in finance.

Andrew Kelley is from Rogers. He graduated from Rogers High School in 2014. He is a senior at the University of Arkansas where he studies supply chain management.

Grant McKenzie is from Rogers. He graduated from Subiaco Academy in 2015. He is a junior at Sewanee College of the South with a major in political science.

Natalie Means is from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from Regent High School in 2015. She is a junior at the University of Arkansas where she is majoring in supply chain management.

Abby Olson is from Gig Harbor, Washington. She attends the University of Arkansas where she studies political science.

Brittany Parker is from Clarksville. She attends Ouachita Baptist University where she studies secondary education and English.

Nancy Smith is from Marianna where she graduated from Lee Academy in 2013. She is a recent graduate of the University of Arkansas with a degree in advertising and public relations. She will attend University of Arkansas School of Law this fall. 

Dassi Solomson is from Silver Spring, Maryland. She graduated from Yeshiva of Greater Washington in 2015. She is a sophomore at Barnard College, Columbia University where she studies economics and computer science. 

Dillon Vick is from North Little Rock. He attends the University of Central Arkansas where he studies communication and political science.

Jessica Weltge is from McKinney, Texas where she attended Parish Episcopal School. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2013 with a degree in political science and recently graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law.

David Wolf is from Fayetteville. He graduated from Fayetteville High School in 2015. He is a junior at the University of Michigan majoring in political science.