Keith Henneke, an English and policy studies major from Kerrville, Texas, graduated from Rice University in 2004. He assisted in research on international policies controlling the proliferation of land mines and small arms in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs’ Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (WRA) in Washington, D.C., in summer 2004. He presented the results of his research, “Pragmatic Public Policy: Humanitarian Mine Action and Small Arms/Light Weapons Policy,” at the Baker Institute in August 2004. Keith was recommended for participation in the program by Donald Ostdiek of the policy studies program at Rice University. In 2007, Keith graduated from The University of Texas School of Law and began work as a law clerk in the U.S. District for the Western District of Texas Law in Austin, Texas. In 2010, he became a labor and employment attorney at Bracewell & Giuliani in Washington, D.C.