Collin Woldt is a third-year B.A. candidate at Columbia College studying Political Science and Human Rights. Collin’s interest in public policy began in 2018 when he was selected to serve as a United States Senate Page for U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin from his home state of Wisconsin. Since then, Collin has served both in government and on a wide variety of campaigns, including the victorious Manhattan Borough President campaign of Mark Levine, where he wrote the campaign’s policy on expanding universal Pre-K in NYC. At Columbia, Collin is the Column Managing Editor at the Columbia Political Review, in addition to serving as President of the Watt and Ruggles Hall Council and as a member of the National Political Science Honor Society. Collin is also proficient in French. When he’s not working, Collin is most likely at Lambeau Field watching the Green Bay Packers.