Boston, MA, USA
Veyom is a Senior Fellow based in the Boston office where he is helping MASS define, amplify and measure its social impact. Veyom’s background is in social enterprise, venture philanthropy and public policy. Prior to MASS, Veyom spent nine years at the Robin Hood Foundation where he managed a $30-million portfolio of partnerships with 100 nonprofits and government agencies aiming to address poverty in New York City. His focus areas included workforce development, healthcare, justice reform, food systems and refugee rights.
Raised in California, Veyom has lived in Mexico City, London, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington. He has worked at the White House, the Young Foundation and Morgan Stanley. He received a Master’s in Urban Development Planning at the Bartlett and a Bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania. He was a Fulbright Scholar to Mexico, a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a founding board member of the American LGBTQ+ Museum.