Emily Elott is currently a freshman from Portland, Oregon. Her academic interests range from exploring deep human questions through literature to solving complex world problems using math and computer science. She is especially interested in how the intersection of these two disciplines can positively impact the lives of others through applications in public policy. This summer, she is working for Senator Ron Wyden in Washington, D.C. and will be assisting with constituent services and legislative and policy research. Check back later to read more about her summer internship experience.
If you'd like to make a donation to Public Policy, please consider giving to this fund in order to support a student's valuable summer work in an otherwise unpaid summer internship. Please see the page on our website for detailed directions as to how you can donate to the Daniel Raymond Wong Memorial Fund or see below for step-by-step instructions (https://publicpolicy.stanford.edu/about/make-gift/daniel-raymond-wong-memorial-fellowship).
Donations can be made in two ways:
1. By check, made out to: Stanford University—Daniel Raymond Wong Memorial Fellowship Fund. Please mail to Public Policy Program, 579 Serra Mall, Landau Economics Building Stanford, CA 94305-6050.
2. Online at http://giving.stanford.edu
Click on the upper right button at ‘Make a Gift.’
-Use the following drop down choices: 'Centers, Institutes, and More’ in the first box and ‘Other Designation (specify below)’ in the second.
-Type ‘Daniel Raymond Wong Memorial Fellowship Fund’ in the 'Special Instructions/Other Designation' box.
-Under Gift Type, choose ‘One-Time Gift’ and enter the amount you wish to donate.
-Do not check any boxes under ‘Options.’
-Sign in as a guest (or with your Stanford Development account if you have one) and enter the information requested on the following page. Please do check if your employer will match your gift.