Jake Nill (he/him)
Jake graduated from CCNY in 2019 with a BA in Political Science and double-minors in Community Change Studies and Women and Gender Studies. Transferring to CCNY from Suffolk County Community College, Jake hit the ground running as a student leader, especially with our LGBTQ+ student community. He was president of CCNY’s LGBTQ+ Open Alliance Club and an intern with VOCAL-NY’s Queerocracy, an NYC LGBTQ+ youth community organizing group. Earlier this year, Jake earned his MA in Urban Affairs at Queens College. During graduate school, he served as an intern with Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Young Leaders, as a Queens College Urban Studies Teaching Assistant (TA), and as a policy analyst intern for the Hetrick-Martin Institute. Jake’s master’s thesis is a call-to-action toolkit for New York City’s elected officials to more effectively understand and act to solve LGBTQ+ homelessness, especially among New York City youth.
Last Updated: 01/03/2022 14:36