Noah Fischer is a Voter Engagement Intern at the Right Question Institute. He is involved in efforts to broaden the scope of RQI’s voter engagement strategy and resource materials through research and tracking trends in voter engagement efforts across the country. Noah is currently pursuing a B.A. with a double major in Political Science and Chinese Language and Literature from Boston University.
In addition to working at RQI, Noah has previously interned for the East Providence municipal government in the Community Development Division (CDD). While at the East Providence CDD, Noah worked on compiling census tract data to identify specific needs across various areas within the city and collaborated with other city officials to create a community survey. He also worked with a team to conceptualize strategies to increase participation in the 2020 decennial Census, specifically targeting hard to reach populations.