Karlee Rockstroh

Communications Manager
Karlee Rockstroh

Karlee Lydecker Rockstroh serves as the Communications Coordinator at the Truman Center for National Policy and Truman National Security Project, a testament to her contributions to strategic communication.

Her journey with Truman began as a dedicated intern during the summer of 2022, and her commitment led to her transition into a full-time role. Karlee's commitment to the non-profit sector extends beyond her role at Truman, as she has lent her expertise to various charitable endeavors. Notably, her work with the Southwark Pensioners Centre in London showcased her engagement with mental health, policy, human rights, and marketing, amplifying her impact on issues of significant societal importance. Karlee's involvement with non-profit organizations in Washington, D.C., specifically, The Rainbow History Project. Her contributions include various responsibilities, such as archiving, transcribing interviews, active participation in board meetings, underlining her multifaceted talents and strong commitment to their missions.

Karlee's academic journey includes attaining her Bachelor's Degree in Political Science, with a focus on inequalities within our contemporary political system, and Cultural Anthropology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in May of 2022. She hopes to continue her education in human rights by obtaining a master's degree in the coming years. Her educational pursuits reflect her intellectual curiosity and commitment to understanding and addressing the pressing challenges within politics and society today.