Housing Development Intern, Community League of the Heights
Research Assistant, Rockefeller Center for Public Policy
Congressional Intern, Representative Annie Kuster (NH-2)
Nicole Beckman is an associate at Hamilton Place Strategies, where she assists a diverse set of clients with developing strategic communications and reaching policy objectives.
Prior to joining HPS, Nicole interned at Community League of the Heights, a community development corporation in New York City, where she worked on their affordable housing development projects including green retrofitting buildings and monitoring ongoing construction and relevant legislation. Nicole also worked for three months as a litigation case assistant at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, where she tracked and prepared documents for a technology antitrust case. Furthermore, Nicole has served as an intern in the Washington, D.C. office of Rep. Annie Kuster (NH-2), where she authored memos and one-pagers on issues related to trade, veterans, and the opioid epidemic. During her time at Dartmouth, Nicole worked as a research assistant at the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, producing economic, education, tax, and public health policy research for Vermont legislative committees.
Originally from Westchester, New York, Nicole graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College, where she studied history and public policy.