Malkie Wall is a research assistant for the Economic Policy team at American Progress, where she primarily works with the American Worker Project. Prior to joining American Progress, Wall spent a year in Brazil as a Fulbright English teaching assistant. She previously worked at Sorenson Impact Center in Salt Lake City, where she conducted research and evaluation projects related to criminal justice reform, homelessness, and pay-for-success financing. Wall studied political science and Spanish at Middlebury College.

By Malkie Wall
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Workers’ Boards: A Brief OverviewCenter for American ProgressDecember 11, 2019
A How-To Guide for State and Local Workers’ BoardsCenter for American ProgressDecember 11, 2019
American Ghent: Designing Programs to Strengthen Unions and Improve Government ServicesCenter for American ProgressSeptember 18, 2019
The Middle Class Continues to Struggle as Union Density Remains LowCenter for American Progress ActionSeptember 10, 2019
President Trump’s Anti-Worker AgendaCenter for American Progress ActionAugust 28, 2019
Corporate Governance and Workers: Why Today’s Economy Fails Working Families—and What To Do About ItCenter for American ProgressAugust 14, 2019
Corruption Consultants: Conservative Special Interests and Corporations Hurt State Economies and Democratic ProcessesCenter for American ProgressJuly 22, 2019
Forced Arbitration: What You Need To KnowCenter for American ProgressMay 6, 2019
3 of Trump’s Regulatory Rollbacks Could Cost People Almost $42 Billion a YearCenter for American ProgressApril 25, 2019
President Trump’s Regulatory Rollbacks Are an Attack on Americans’ WalletsCenter for American ProgressMarch 27, 2019
President Trump’s Policies Are Hurting American WorkersCenter for American Progress ActionJanuary 26, 2018