Miriam Li is a corporate accountability associate in Public Citizen’s Congress Watch division, where her primary focus is on policy issues surrounding the COVID-19 bailout. Prior to joining Congress Watch, Miriam interned at the New England Innocence Project and in the executive office of Public Citizen. As an intern in the executive office, Miriam conducted research on hospital deregulation and malpractice, as well as on lobbying in the Office of Management and Budget and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In addition to these internship experiences, Miriam has held multiple research assistant positions in which she conducted research on domestic and international policy issues. Miriam worked as a research assistant at Harvard Law school, conducting research on Title IX and artificial intelligence, as well as at the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice. Miriam graduated Magna Cum Laude from Princeton University, where she studied philosophy and African American studies.