Meet the Policy Fellows
Noah Burnett is a senior majoring in Elementary Education and Math/Science, with a minor in Leadership. He has had experiences teaching in both Jamaica Plain and Brookline. He has an interest in educational policy, and is excited to be learning more about the policy-making process.
Intern for Rep. James Murphy
Alison is a junior majoring in Social Work and Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy. She has a strong interest in policies surrounding children, families, and social justice. She has worked with youth in many settings and is interested in gaining a new understanding about policymaking and advocacy.
Jill is a junior year at Wheelock, double majoring in political science and developmental psychology with a minor in child health. Her passion is advocating for human rights. She is interested in policy work, specifically to improve the education and health of women and children, at both local and state levels.
Intern for Rep. Linda Dean Campbell
Zachary is a junior year student majoring in Social Work. He is a consultant with the Massachusetts Safe Schools Program for LGBTQ Students where he does training and technical assistance for K-12 schools on how to support transgender and gender non-conforming students, as well as serving on several other organizations. Kerr has been recognized at the local, state, and national level for his work with the LGBTQ community