Welcoming our Summer 2022 Interns and Fellows!
Tavi Wolfwood (he/him) is a district native, growing up in Amherst, MA. Tavi is in his fifth of a 5 year joint BA/MPH program at Yale University’s School of Public Health. He is interested in policy focused on racial health equity and health justice, particularly equity in health care access and data equity, universal health care policy, and LGBTQIA+ health policy.
Ellie O’Donnell (she/her) grew up in Ipswich, MA, and now attends the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is a rising junior studying political science and women, gender, and sexuality studies. Interested in pursuing a master’s degree & future career in public policy, Ellie cares deeply about substance abuse issues, mental health/healthcare reform, and racial justice legislation.
Ava Comeau (she/her) is from Exeter, NH, and studies in the Hampshire, Franklin, Worcester District as a student at Mount Holyoke College. She is a rising senior earning dual degrees in political science and French. Ava has distinct policy interests in criminal justice reform, reproductive rights, environmental and climate policy, voting rights, and gun violence prevention.
Noam Yossefy (she/her) is a native of Roslyn, NY now living in Cambridge, MA to further her education. She is a second-year law student at Suffolk University School of Law, focusing on Public Interest Law and Health Policy. Noam’s policy interests include state healthcare policy, public health infrastructure, health insurance reforms (i.e. public option), investment in social determinants of health, and health equity in substance use prevention and treatment.
Interns and fellows make our Senate office work. There’s no way in the world we could be as responsive or thorough without them. We are eager to see what is in store for our work together this summer!
We hire for fall, spring, and summer internships. Apply here!