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The 2023 Mayor's Public Policy Fellows
Mayor's Public Policy Fellows Presentation

The Mayor’s Public Policy Fellowship develops public policy and programs for the public good. Working with departments across the City, nine Fellows work on and learn from a wide range of meaningful projects for the City of Seattle, with a focus on analytical or research work that serves our community and a goal of inspiring fellows to pursue a public service career. The Public Policy Fellowship program is an opportunity for graduate students to work on exciting, challenging, and meaningful projects to support our community and launch your public service career.

2023 Mayor’s Public Policy Fellows presentations include:

  • Marisol Beas: City Budget Office – Innovation & Performance 
  • Surabhi Subedi: Seattle City Light – Electrification and Strategic Technology
  • Katrina May: Human Services Department – Crime Victim Advocates 
  • Jade Yan: Human Services Department – Behavioral Health Crisis Response
  • Elena Arakaki: Seattle Parks and Recreation – Policy, Performance & Property 
  • Alison Campion: Office of Housing – Data Accessibility 
  • Janie Stuart: Seattle Human Resources – Talent Acquisition 
  • Justin Englund: Seattle Department of Transportation – Green Fleets 
  • Neha Chinwalla: Office of Sustainability and Environment – Communications 

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