Braun named student commencement speaker

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April 15, 2013

10:48 PM

Devin Braun ’12 M.P.P. ’13 has been chosen as the student commencement speaker for this year’s graduation ceremony. Braun, who will be receiving a master’s in public policy with a focus on federal transportation and energy policy, attended the College of William and Mary as an undergraduate student, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in government and environmental policy last May. As an undergraduate, Braun worked as a Resident Assistant on campus, participated in theater groups and was a DJ for WCWM. Braun is this year’s winner in the student speaker competition, in which every graduating student is eligible to apply to deliver a speech at commencement.

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