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Camryn Reitz


Camryn Reitz, The Ohio State University

Camryn is an undergraduate at The Ohio State University studying Public Policy Analysis and Economics. Originally from Dublin, Ohio, Camryn currently works as an undergraduate research assistant at the Ohio Manufacturing Institute studying workforce governance issues for Ohio manufacturers. She serves as a grading assistant for the John Glenn College for the 2021-22 school year.

Previously, Camryn worked at TraffickFree, a Columbus-based human trafficking advocacy nonprofit aiming to bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking in Ohio and advocate for victims and survivors. She is the social media manager for the club Design ThinkTank at, sits on the Model United Nations Council for Ohio State’s Collegiate Council on World Affairs, and is a member of the Governmental Relations branch of Ohio State's Undergraduate Student Government.

She is interested in learning about the policy-making process, the governing structures of different institutions inside and outside of government, and improving public participation in the processes that define communities.