Neah Bois


Neah Bois is currently the Coordinator of the Sorenson Impact Student Fellows Program and an Associate with the Field Building team. She oversees students across the four tracks, developing impact instruction and coordinating project placement. As a member of the Field Building team, she helps create dynamic and engaging stories, curates campus connections, and recruits students from across the Country to Sorenson. Neah also assists the DPPI team and has conducted impact measurement and research. Prior to joining the Center as a staff member, Neah was a Policy Student Fellow for the Center and was a Fellow in the University of Utah President's Office working on The American Dream Ideas Challenge. She also worked for Occidental College's Office of Admissions as a Marketing and Communications Intern and was a Sexual Violence Education and Prevention Specialist for Project SAFE in Los Angeles, CA. Neah holds a BA in Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture from Occidental College and is a proud former varsity college athlete.

MAPS Project


+ Impact measurement
+ Strategic storytelling
+ Initiative building

Student Program

+ Impact instruction

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