Furman Haynes

Special Assistant

Furman Haynes is the Special Assistant to CityBridge Fellow Jennie Niles, and he supports her STEMCity project.

Furman graduated from Princeton University, where he concentrated in American Politics with a focus in quantitative methods. At Princeton, Furman employed social science techniques to examine the ways in which social group identities explain citizen political behavior. He also worked as a research assistant for Professor Tali Mendelberg, taught financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills to prison inmates, and served on the Undergraduate Committee of the Politics Department.

Furman served as a White House Intern in the National Economic Council in 2016, where he worked on TechHire, an initiative by President Obama to meet employer demand by training low-skill workers.

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