APAICS | 2016-2017 Congressional Fellows
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2016-2017 Congressional Fellows


Anna Byon | Education and Labor Fellow

Office of Representative Mark Takano    | View Bio

Anna is an aspiring public servant committed to educational equity and justice. In her prior work and research background, she found that research and policy can often operate devoid of an intent for equity, thus leaving opportunities to reinforce educational injustice. Consequently, she hopes to direct her career towards creating supportive structures and advocating for equitable schools, and she is honored and excited to serve as the APAICS Education & Labor Fellow in the Office of Representative Mark Takano.


Saif Inam | Financial Services Fellow

Office of Representative Grace Meng   | View Bio

Saif Inam comes to the APAICS Fellowship with extensive Capitol Hill experience. He has interned in the House and Senate, in Washington, D.C. and the district office, as well as in an advocacy role off the Hill. Saif also worked as a legal intern at the Department of Interior.


Howard Ou | General Services Fellow

Office of Representative Judy Chu, CAPAC     |  View Bio

Howard Ou is honored to be joining the Office of Congresswoman Judy Chu, who represents the very first city in the United States Howard immigrated to from Taipei, Taiwan at the age of two – Alhambra, California.



Tejeswara Reddy | General Services Fellow

Office of Senator Jeff Merkley     |  View Bio

Tejeswara is committed to improving the lives of others through public service. He was born in India, grew up in Portland, Oregon and lived in India, China, and Greece. These experiences combined with his professional trajectory has enabled him to bring collaborative and cross-sectoral thinking to public policy problems.


Adi Sathi | General Services Fellow

Office of Senator Orrin Hatch    | View Bio

After completing both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Michigan, Adi was elected in February 2015 as a statewide Vice Chair of the Michigan Republican Party at the age of 24. For his work in this role, he was recognized on Newsmax’s list of 30 Most Influential Republicans 30 and Under in January 2016.



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