Callahan (Callie) Seltzer is a Master of City Planning candidate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, focused on housing, community, and economic development. Callie previously worked on the development and preservation of affordable multifamily housing at the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) from 2007-2013. Callie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Government from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Masters from Georgetown University.
The Lowell L. Richards III Fellowship for Leadership and Public Service was established by MBHP’s board of directors to honor our late longtime co-chair Lowell Richards for his 29-year dedication to MBHP’s mission and to continue his legacy of leadership and public service. In 2014, MBHP expanded the program to include two fellowship opportunities: the Lowell Richards Student Fellow, awarded to a college or graduate student, and the Lowell Richards Participant Fellow, awarded to a participant in one of MBHP’s programs. The 2015 participant fellow will be announced soon.
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