Aryn has worked on many political campaigns. Her first taste of campaigns came from phone banking for President Obama's 2012 reelection campaign. Following this experience, Aryn interned on Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh's campaign during its early stages in 2013, after having met the then-state Senator during her time as a Page in the Maryland General Assembly. In college, Aryn worked as a Fellow on the Hillary for America campaign, and currently interns with Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring's reelection campaign.
Aryn has interned with BerlinRosen in Manhattan as a New York Regional Public Affairs Intern. In this role, Aryn wrote and edited press releases, press advisories, and op-eds. She also conducted in-depth client research on both public and private-centered projects. In addition to these tasks, Aryn regularly made pitch calls, built press lists, and clipped media moments relevant to clients. Aryn has also interned with the American Advertising Federation, where she has written and edited speeches, op-eds, and co-authored the 2016 White Paper, "Reality TV: Entertaining, But No Laughing Matter."
During the summer of 2015, Aryn interned with Temple Law Offices in Washington, D.C. In her role, she created trial books, researched cases, edited direct and cross-examinations, and observed trials and depositions. Eventually, Aryn plans to pursue a law degree with a focus on constitutional law.