Jacob Leh serves as a Research Associate at the Regional Economic Studies Institute, where he conducts research and collects, extracts, and analyzes data for the Maryland
State Department of Education (MSDE) Child Care Subsidy Program. He also works with
the Maryland Department of the Environment and E3 to examine the effect of Maryland
state policies on a regional goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Prior to becoming a Towson Tiger, Jacob worked as a Legal Assistant/Bankruptcy Claims
Examiner for the Law Offices of Peter Angelos, where he was involved with an historic
groundwater contamination litigation and managed claims with asbestos bankruptcy trusts
for various clients.
Jacob holds a B.A. in economics from Goucher College.
Outside of work, Jacob enjoys fishing, reading, video games, and attending live theater
performances. He also enjoys spending time with his five nieces and nephews.
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