Isiah Iniguez is a 2018 Corps Member at Teach For America and is teaching middle school history and special education in South Los Angeles, where he also serves on the School Site Council (SSC). He finished his undergraduate degree in public policy and education studies during the winter of 2017, while part of Brown University's Washington D.C. program. He is familiar with the nation's capital, having interned with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in 2016. He has also completed internships with the Rhode Island Department of Education and the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education. In the summer of 2017, Isiah completed a fellowship in Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School. At Brown, Isiah served on multiple executive boards and was appointed to the Undergraduate Council of Students Financial Aid Advisory Board. He is currently the Social Engagement Manager for the South Central Scholars Noonan Alumni Association, a scholarship program, of which he is also a recipient.
High school: Lawndale High School
Brown UniversityProvidence, RI
|2017||A.B. Public Policy & Education Studies|
News and Highlights
Washington bound. Congratulations to Isiah Iniguez, MS '13, who is one of 22 finalists chosen to be part of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s (CHCI) 2016 Spring Congressional Internship Program (CIP). Isiah will be spending the Spring semester working at the congressional office, participating in group community service projects, and attending leadership sessions.