Raymond NevoState Policy & Equity Advocate
Raymond is currently the State Policy and Equity Advocate for the Energy Efficiency For All (EEFA) coalitions in Maryland and Pennsylvania, advocating for energy efficiency policy that equitably benefits limited income communities living in affordable multifamily housing.
Raymond comes to us from the University of Maryland - College Park, where he most recently worked as a teaching assistant for NHT founder, Michael Bodaken. As a public policy major, Raymond has worked to bring housing policy into the forefront by educating his fellow peers about the correlations between housing and all other social policy fields. This spring he will lead a university-sponsored symposium on the potential impact of the Purple Line on campus life and greater College Park, MD.
Raymond is a current undergraduate student at the University of Maryland - College Park and will graduate in May 2020 with a B.A. in Public Policy.