Meet our interns, Part 1: Alex (Boo) Reiser

We’re happy to welcome three university students who will be interning with us during the legislative session this year. They’ll be posting regularly about the specific issues they are following and their experiences on the hill. This week, they are taking a moment to introduce themselves. First up is Alex (Boo) Reiser. Boo is a junior communications major at the University of Utah. We’re happy to have him on board.
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I’m Boo Reiser and I am one of the newest interns here at Alliance for a Better Utah. I am currently a junior at the University of Utah studying Communications with a minor in Economics. I was born and raised in East Millcreek, where I attended Skyline High School. I have a passion for service and love advocating for those who are unable to do so for themselves.

I look forward to working with everyone here and am excited for the upcoming legislative session. Specifically, I anticipate the debate on health care. Last year a few friends and I organized a non-profit organization called The Cash that Cares Foundation. The purpose of the organization is to assist family members who have loved ones that are terminally ill. I plan on learning everything there is to know about current health care policy. With that knowledge, I hope to join together with those who share a common vision of improving our health care system.

I don’t know what the future holds, but I am willing to work as hard as I need to ensure the continued progress toward solving issues that face our community. I intend to be loud and vocal. So buckle up and here we go!

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2 thoughts on “Meet our interns, Part 1: Alex (Boo) Reiser”

  1. Utah needs more of this kind of thing. Very excited to see this organization in action. Especially excited to see their views on some of the new healthcare progrums that are being proposed.

  2. Utah needs more of this kind of thing. Very excited to see this organization in action. Especially excited to see their views on some of the new healthcare progrums that are being proposed.

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