Nicole Lamberson is a writer-editor for the Office of Public Information and Education in the U.S. Copyright Office. As part of the Outreach and Education Section, she is responsible for developing and writing the Office’s in-house newsletter, Copyright Notices, as well as writing and editing for a variety of projects, including circulars, web documents, video scripts, event and outreach materials, and the Office’s annual report. Prior to her appointment in the Office of Public Information and Education, Nicole was a copyright specialist in the Licensing Division, where she was responsible for developing outreach and communications activities for stakeholders, including writing and producing the division’s semi-annual newsletter, The Licensing Connection. Before joining the Copyright Office, Nicole served as the director of research in the Office of Vice President Joe Biden. She holds a master’s degree in publishing from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in political science, with concentrations in theatre and Spanish, from Queens University of Charlotte.
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