District Of Columbia
Energy & Environment | Taxes & Regulations | Urbanism
Jeremiah is a Belizean-American orphan, former construction worker, writer, philosopher, and aspiring housing economist who is working to fix the biggest problems in US housing markets from the bottom up. He has written for The Daily Wildcat, which is the school newspaper at the University of Arizona, where he earned his degrees in Technical Writing and in Politics, Philosophy, Economics & Law (PPEL). He currently works at the Cato Institute as a research intern under Michael Tanner in their Welfare Department. In his free time, Jeremiah loves to read and work contract jobs helping international students get into business schools.