About

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Ryan Sanders 
Board Member, President

Ryan is a small business owner in the York County area and a former candidate for U.S. Congress. Currently, he also serves as an Adjunct Professor at York College, teaching courses that range from comparative politics to regional contemporary studies. Ryan holds a B.A. in History, Political Science & International Studies from Dickinson College and a M.A. in International Relations from Maxwell School at Syracuse University.

rsanders@yorkpolicy.org


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Andrey Romanov
Board Member, Public Affairs Chair

Having served in a number of positions related to development and communications, he has been featured in a number of publications, to include The York Daily Record, The Des Moines Register, USA Today, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. He brings various political campaign experience and has actively worked with community organizations.

At the Policy Council, Andrey is responsible for public affairs and outreach, overseeing parts of the policy research process, as well as the development of public education programs of the York County Policy Council. He supervises day-to-day operations and works on strategic development of the organization.

aromanov@yorkpolicy.org


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Miranda Reisinger
Policy Analyst

Miranda is from York County and currently a sophomore at York College working towards getting a B.A. in Intelligence Analysis within a time span of three years. After college, she plans to attend law school. Miranda is passionate about politics and public change. Throughout her education, she has been a part of multiple legal organizations and will soon be working on writing for the NSA.

mreisinger@yorkpolicy.org


Marissa Itterly
Policy Research Assistant

mitterly@yorkpolicy.org


Interested in joining our team?

The York County Policy Council is happy to offer a number of internship opportunities. To find out more, please see our Internship Information & Application page. Current undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Applications are considered on a rolling basis.