Danielle Corley is a research associate for Women’s Economic Policy. Prior to joining American Progress, Danielle worked for the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, or HELP, Committee as a staff assistant in the Disability Policy and Oversight Office. She previously interned in the Education Office of the HELP Committee as a Bill Archer fellow and in the Texas State Senate. In May 2014, Danielle graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Plan II Honors, an interdisciplinary liberal arts program.
By Danielle Corley
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