Meet the Spring 2024 Cogent Fellows

Cogent Strategies is pleased to welcome our new class of fellows for Spring 2024! These Cogent fellows bring an array of early career experiences and perspectives and are an integral part of the work we do with our clients. We’re excited to have them on board!

Meet them below:

Arielle Galinsky

Arielle is a senior at Tufts University studying biopsychology, community health, and American politics. Her previous experience includes working on the health care team for both Senator Edward Markey (D-MA) and Democratic Whip Katherine Clark (D-MA). Outside of the classroom, Arielle serves as the Tufts Student Body President and is the co-founder of The Legacy Project, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit that connects students and elders in their local communities through intergenerational bonds and preserves the life histories of elders through prose. Arielle also serves as the Curator for TEDxTufts and has previously led both Tufts Best Buddies and Tufts’s only undergraduate neuroscience organization, Tufts NeuroNetwork. Outside of work, Arielle loves to windsurf and explore different coffee shops in the city.


Margaret Korinek

Margaret is a senior at the George Washington University (GWU) studying political communication with a minor in film studies. Her previous work experience includes roles in public relations and digital communications at Iridium Satellite Communications, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the American Red Cross. She also has served as an editorial writer for The Wednesday Journal, her hometown paper in Oak Park, Ilinois. Outside of academia, Margaret has worked as director of public relations for her university’s television station and has hosted a weekly radio talk show on Washington District Radio at GWU for the past three years. Margaret also founded and currently directs GWU’s only stand-up comedy group, GW Comedy Nights. In her free time, she enjoys running by the monuments and is an aspiring A-List Stubs member at her local AMC movie theatre.