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Naomi Rapp

Naomi Rapp

Naomi joined MPC in March 2017 as a Research Assistant, and was recently awarded the opportunity to become one of the inaugural King W. Harris interns. She works with MPC’s Housing and Community Development team on several projects.

Naomi received her master’s degree in public policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, giving her a unique blend of policy and public health training. While in graduate school, Naomi was part of the Global Obesity Prevention Center’s B’More Health Communities for Kids policy working group—an initiative aimed at addressing food insecurity in Baltimore City through holistic, multi-level solutions. Naomi also held an internship at the Baltimore City Health Department where she examined the impact of transportation access and economic segregation on the health of low-income woman and infants, in efforts to address health inequity and inform a citywide transportation update.

Prior to graduate school, Naomi studied biomedical engineering at The George Washington University, where she was president of Alpha Omega Epsilona professional women’s engineeringand commencement speaker. After graduation, she founded and ran a successful math and science tutoring business for five years.

Naomi is a dog lover, adventurous eater, and Chicago native who currently lives in Uptown.

Naomi Rapp

King W. Harris Intern

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Phone: 312 863 6034


M.P.P., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, The George Washington University