Senior Vice President, Inclusive Growth
We work to address the deep inequities in our economy to ensure that all Americans can live secure and stable lives.
We need a new social compact with business that reenvisions their obligations to society on issues such as environmental and climate matters, economic opportunity for workers, paying their fair share in taxes, and racial equality in the pursuit of more equitable, sustainable growth.
We work to strengthen the public health system by addressing health disparities that are not only caused by inequities in access to medical care but also by inequities in other social determinants of health, including income, education, and a person’s lived environment.
We seek to ensure that every American who works a full-time job can live a life of dignity and that all Americans can rely on strong and stable support programs when they need them. This includes expanding and streamlining vital programs, increasing wages, and creating economic mobility for all.
Embracing the diverse experiences and meeting the challenges faced by women across race, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, and other factors is central to inclusive growth. We work to secure women’s health, autonomy, economic stability, and access to equitable opportunities.
Senior Vice President, Inclusive Growth
Acting Vice President, Inclusive Economy
Senior Fellow; Senior Adviser, American Worker Project
Senior Director, American Worker Project
Senior Director, Federal Budget Policy
Senior Fellow, Health
Associate Director, Public Health
Director, Health Policy
Director, Public Health
Policy Analyst, Health
Director, Infrastructure Policy
Senior Policy Analyst, Financial Regulation and Corporate Governance
Senior Fellow; Chief Economist
Senior Director, Financial Regulation
Director, Disability Justice Initiative
Director of Economic Analysis, Inclusive Economy
Senior Policy Analyst, Housing Policy
Senior Fellow, Economic Policy
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Beth Almeida and Maggie Jo Buchanan discuss how MAGA Republicans’ extremist agenda and renewed efforts to slash Social Security and Medicare would particularly harm women over the age of 50.
Abortion is protected by state law in more than 20 states, many of which have expanded access to abortion by making it more affordable, codifying state-level reproductive rights, broadening the types of providers able to offer care, and protecting abortion providers and access to clinics.
Canceling student loans offers targeted relief crucial to helping households improve their financial security—it is not a decisive factor in battling inflation.
As some states seek to criminalize abortion within their borders, attorneys general can take many actions to ensure access to abortion care in at least some states.
The Inflation Reduction Act’s health insurance subsidies and drug pricing reforms will improve health care affordability for Americans.
The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act will fight inflation; bring down the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs; cut health care costs; make historic investments to tackle climate change; and significantly cut the deficit.
Meeting the urgency of the college affordability and student debt crisis will require bold action to restore the promise of opportunity for all Americans.
Contrary to critics’ claims, the Inflation Reduction Act would only increase taxes for large corporations and the wealthy while providing meaningful benefits for middle-income families across the country.
David Madland explains why Congress should develop a new prevailing wage policy for electric vehicle jobs.
By instituting prevailing wage policies, policymakers can ensure that the jobs they subsidize in one of America's newest industries offer fair wages and benefits.
Sen. Rick Scott’s proposed minimum income tax would have driven 18.5 million Americans into poverty in 2020.