Nasir Grissom is the Community Land Trust Intern. He is a creative, forward-thinking, and performance-driven student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a concentration in Public Health at Williams College. Raised in Los Angeles with African-American heritage, Nasir dedicates a substantial part of his time trying to understand the ways that private and public sector institutions interact with the economic well-being of low-income individuals and minority groups, as well as, other vehicles for economic mobility. He is interested in understanding ways to create prosperous and sustainable communities. Through his work and studies, Nasir intends to gain the necessary theoretical and practical skills to analyze statistical and empirical data and create change!
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