Maggie Osthues is a Junior Associate at CBI. Her primary focus is contributing to collaboration and consensus-building processes by conducting research and analysis, organizing stakeholder outreach, managing online engagement opportunities, and synthesizing meeting discussions and outcomes. Maggie supports conflict resolution and capacity-building efforts across a wide-range of CBI’s areas of expertise, including land use and transportation planning, coasts and ocean policy, climate adaptation, energy policy, and organizational development.
Prior to joining CBI, Maggie worked at the Barbara Lee Family Foundation and Political Office, organizations dedicated to advancing women’s equality and representation in American politics, providing programmatic and logistical support to the Executive Director and program team. Maggie has also worked as a legal intern in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston, where she assisted the Economic Crimes Unit and the Healthcare Fraud Unit in trial preparations.
Maggie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Affairs from Northeastern University, summa cum laude, with a concentration in Security Studies and a French minor.