Massoglia is a public policy professional, researcher, and writer based in Washington, D.C. Her primary research focus is on campaign finance law with an emphasis on nonprofit political activity and undisclosed money in elections. Massoglia holds degrees in political science and psychology from North Carolina State University as well as a J.D. from the University of the District of Columbia School of Law, where she provided pro bono representation to taxpayers in disputes with the IRS and conducted research at the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. Massoglia held fellowships with a lobbying firm, a political action committee, the D.C. Council Committee on Government Operations, and the D.C. Superior Court as well as placements with various nonprofit organizations and federal government offices, including the State Department and U.S. House of Representatives.
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