Kayla Auletto is a Program Manager with the Baker Center for Leadership & Governance. In this role, she manages the Future Fellows program, innovation and design-thinking workshops, and other programming opportunities for Georgetown students to develop leadership skills. Previously, Kayla worked with the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service where she managed the Institute’s career programming, young alumni engagement, and experiential learning opportunities like Campaign Bootcamp: Battleground Virginia and a 2017 trip for students to observe the British general election in London.
While a graduate student at the McCourt School of Public Policy, Kayla served as Co-Director of the Policy Innovation Lab and developed a passion for human-centered design and community-driven policy innovation. She took this passion to positions with the White House’s Office of Social Innovation & Civic Participation and the Council on Foundations, supporting the work of the nonprofit, public, and private sectors to address systemic social issues. Kayla is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. In her spare time, you’ll most likely find Kayla out in her neighborhood of Glover Park with her husband and cocker spaniel, planning her next trip, and rooting for the Michigan Wolverines.