Raima Roy is the Program Associate for Census and Civic Engagement at Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC. She is responsible for working on policy research and analysis on census issues, developing communications strategies, and implementing advocacy campaigns.
Raima began working in public policy as an intern for the Truman Center, where she focused on researching policies about democracy and rule of law. She has also interned at the International Rescue Committee, where she empowered refugees from South and Southeast Asia by guiding them through the employment process and providing Urdu translation services. Prior to joining Advancing Justice | AAJC, Raima worked as a Program Associate at the International Republic Institute, where she helped implement democracy advocacy programs in Africa.
Raima recently received her B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University.