NLIHC Welcomes Four New Summer Interns

NLIHC is pleased to welcome four new interns who will be working with us for the summer.

Miriam Keller is NLIHC’s new summer policy intern. Miriam is currently a graduate student of Public Policy and Urban Planning at Harvard University, where she is focusing on housing policy and neighborhood development. Prior to graduate school, she worked for several years in university administration and local government in St. Louis after completing a B.A. in Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis. Upon graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in housing policy and community development.

Ben Miller joins the NLIHC team as the summer field intern. Ben is a rising senior at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, where he is double majoring in Psychology and Anthropology, with a minor in Film Studies. Ben has worked closely with the Union for Reform Judaism’s Religious Action Center, organizing advocates to take action on legislation that promotes social justice. He is excited to work with NLIHC to help make a difference in the world of affordable housing. 

Bianca Guerrero is NLIHC’s communications and outreach intern for the summer. Bianca earned her B.A. from Columbia University this past May and will serve her hometown of New York City as an urban fellow next year. As an undergraduate student, she studied political science and advocated around issues affecting low income students. Bianca is eager to explore how the struggle for affording housing manifests across the country and to organize Americans around the issue. She will continue to work on housing, education, and social welfare issues in the future.

Lindsey Otto joins NLIHC as our communications/graphic design intern for the summer. Lindsey is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Arizona, where she is pursuing her B.A. in Communications with a minor in Studio Art. She also works as the design editor of the campus newspaper, The Daily Wildcat, during the academic year. Throughout her time here, Lindsey hopes to gain more insight into real world applications of effective design and communication strategies.

Join us in welcoming Miriam, Ben, Bianca, and Lindsey to the NLIHC team!