Mallory Rappaport is a Policy Research Intern for Summer 2020. Mallory works with the Resident Outcomes and Policy teams, researching the digital access landscape in the United States, particularly focused on broadband access for affordable housing communities within SAHF’s portfolio.
Prior to joining SAHF, Mallory worked at several nonprofit organizations including Community Legal Services in Philadelphia and the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. She is interested in policy and research aimed at strengthening communities, particularly surrounding utility, housing, and transit access, and community accountability and restorative justice movements.
Mallory is completing a dual Master of Social Work and Master of Science in Social Policy degree at the University of Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor of Arts in International Development from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
mrappaport [at] sahfnet.org