Connor Mack is a Social Work intern for NH Listens at the Carsey School of Public Policy. He is currently studying to get his bachelor’s degree in Social Work & Women and Gender Studies at the University of New Hampshire. He is also working part-time at Work Opportunities Unlimited. At this job he works with people living with disability to develop career goals, secure a job that works for them, and help them maintain their employment status.
Prior to New Hampshire Listens, Connor worked with New Hampshire Youth Movement as a Field Organizer. In this role Connor organized around the 2020 election cycle to get out the vote for candidates that fought for a equitable future. He also fought for the rights of underrepresented groups, specifically the unhoused population. He has a strong commitment to social justice and hopes to further his education and understanding with his internship at New Hampshire Listens.