Furman Haynes

Special Assistant

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Furman cares deeply about finding innovative ways to disrupt structural racism and generational poverty, especially in the emerging education-to-employment field. As a White House Intern in the National Economic Council in 2016, Furman worked on TechHire, an Obama initiative to promote more public-private collaboration in training and hiring disadvantaged young people across the country. After graduating summa cum laude from Princeton University in 2017, where he concentrated in American Politics, Furman spent one year as a Project 55 Fellow at CityBridge Education. Furman now works as Special Assistant to Senior Fellow Jennie Niles on their research and development project, STEM City.

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