Connor Lentz Research Assistant, MassINC
Connor is a research assistant at MassINC, as a part of Northeastern University’s six-month cooperative education program. Connor is in his senior year studying political science, philosophy, and economics, and is concentrating his studies on game theory, logic, and public policy. He previously worked as a casework assistant in the District Office of Congressman Seth Moulton, as a regulatory specialist co-op at the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Cable, and volunteered as the fundraising director of a state representative campaign in Massachusetts. During his time at Northeastern he has studied abroad at the London School of Economics, and at Meiji University in Tokyo. Connor is a member of Northeastern University’s International Relations Council and competes nationally with Northeastern’s Model Arab League and Model NATO teams. Originally from Maine, Connor now resides in Boston.
ARTICLES By Connor Lentz
School and District Improvement Plans
A Review of Local Accountability Practice in Massachusetts Gateway Cities