Isabel is majoring in English with a minor in Economics at Harvard University. Interning with Policy Solutions, Isabel is primarily working to package some of the team’s research results for op-eds and other formats, such as their work on early childhood education enrollment decline. She is also researching and collaborating on a literature review for the LSA (Limited Supermarket Access) analysis.
She hopes to improve upon her research and writing skills and, of course, develop a better understanding of the economic and social measures that Reinvestment Fund uses to evaluate the state of our urban and rural communities—becoming a more educated and aware person because of it.
Isabel wanted to join Reinvestment Fund primarily because of our work in policy research as it pertains to housing, food, and education.
“The research Reinvestment Fund is doing, both data-drive and qualitative, is so important to help local and national governments understand where to direct financial capital, social programs, etc. It is so exciting to be a part of that work.”
Isabel Mehta | LinkedIn