Journal Staff

William & Mary Policy Review Senior Editors 


Adam Windram (Editor-in-Chief

Master of Public Policy, William & Mary

Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, Northeastern Univeristy

After College, Adam worked in international education, followed by working on disability programs with the Social Security Administration and volunteering with the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign in Baltimore. This past summer, Adam interned at the U.S. Government Accountability Office, working on the Forensic Audits and Investigative Service team. Outside of schoolwork, Adam enjoys hiking, reading, and coffee.


Peter Quinn-Jacobs (Managing Editor)

Master of Public Policy/Juris Doctor, William & Mary

Bachelor of Arts in English, Wells College

Prior to attending William & Mary, Peter worked as a consultant for online learning companies, writing, editing, and maintaining content in online courses. Peter's interests include civil rights, the environment, and healthcare. He has written three novels and a number of poems, short stories, and creative non-fiction pieces. In his free time, he likes to play strategy games and go for hikes, though not always at the same time.


Aaron Albrecht (Submissions Editor)

Master of Public Policy, William & Mary

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology, Truman State University

Aaron is focused on International Development within the Public Policy program. During the summer of 2016 Aaron worked as a Research Intern for the Las Nubes Project in Costa Rica where he conducted research on the implementation of the Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor. Beyond his interest in Public Policy, Aaron enjoys the outdoors and playing the fiddle.


Carolyn Iwicki (Executive Editor)

Master of Public Policy, William & Mary

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology, Christopher Newport University

Carolyn's focus within the Master's program relates to environmentla, international and marine policy. This past summer, she interned at the AidData foreign aid research lab at the College of William & Mary, and worked with both the activity coding and communications teams.  Her primary policy interest is fisheries policy, specifically that surrounding high-seas fisheries.  She enjoys horseback riding and deep-sea fishing in her spare time.