Liam is a junior in Cabot House concentrating in Applied Math applied to Economics and Computer Science. Before chairing Policy, Liam co-chaired Economics Policy within the program for two semesters, and he was also a Fall 2016 FSG liaison for General (Ret.) Tom Hill. A Connecticut native passionate about local public service, Liam has worked with his hometown’s First Selectman on transportation and healthcare policy reform. He is also interested in social entrepreneurship, and since Spring 2015 he has been the Director of Strategy and Training for Role Model Mentors, an education-innovation start-up that began in his hometown and has expanded across New England. Outside the IOP, Liam can be found tutoring for the BSC or running Border Café out of chips and salsa. He’s a fan of historical nonfiction, country music, and Long Island accents.