Nikhe Braimah

Nikhe Braimah, an activist and youth advocate, is well-versed in the areas of youth outreach, housing insecurity and public support building.

Nikhe is currently pursuing a B.A. at Yale, where he leads the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project, a student-led nonprofit providing financial assistance, food rescue, case management and youth mentoring services to homeless and housing-insecure individuals in New Haven. Through his involvement, Nikhe has helped coordinate Connecticut’s largest tax assistance program, advocated for non-congregate shelter development and facilitated the distribution of thousands of meals to individuals who are food insecure.

In recent years, Nikhe has worked in a variety of strategy, outreach and research roles for the New Haven Fair Rent Commission, the New Haven Homeless Advisory Commission, the Housing and Health Equity Lab at the Yale School of Public Health, Matthew Aronson Consulting, McKinsey & Company and the Advocates for Human Rights. His entry into the world of housing was as a grassroots organizer in his home region, the Bay Area.

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