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Julia Aurelia Glass is a policy analyst for the Inclusive Economy team at American Progress with a focus on the American Worker Project. Glass formerly worked as a mechanical engineer before her experiences as a trans woman inspired her to transition into public policy and pursue a master’s in international economics and finance at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, where she completed a capstone project predicting improved corporate performance through LGBTQ-friendly human resource policies. She studied engineering mechanics and economics at Johns Hopkins University.

To view the work of the American Worker Project, click here.

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Communities That Lost Manufacturing Jobs Are Main Beneficiaries of Biden Administration’s New Industrial Policy Article

Communities That Lost Manufacturing Jobs Are Main Beneficiaries of Biden Administration’s New Industrial Policy

New analysis finds that private investments from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, CHIPS and Science Act, and Inflation Reduction Act are being announced in the communities that have been hit hardest by disinvestment in American manufacturing.

the Center for American Progress

Aurelia Glass, David Madland

How Project Labor Agreements and Community Workforce Agreements Are Good for the Biden Administration’s Investment Agenda Report

How Project Labor Agreements and Community Workforce Agreements Are Good for the Biden Administration’s Investment Agenda

Project labor agreements and community workforce agreements are time-tested tools that can support good value and good jobs on projects funded by the new federal economic investments.

the Center for American Progress

Aurelia Glass, Karla Walter

5 Lessons From Recent Union Wins Article

5 Lessons From Recent Union Wins

American workers have won major victories at Amazon, Starbucks, and elsewhere; but Congress must act to ensure all workers can exercise their right to join a union.

the Center for American Progress

Aurelia Glass

Fact Sheet: LGBT Workers in the Labor Market Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet: LGBT Workers in the Labor Market

New data from the Census Bureau reveal economic insecurity and labor market gaps experienced by LGBT people compared with non-LGBT populations.

the Center for American Progress

Caroline Medina, Lindsay Mahowald, Rose Khattar, 1 More Aurelia Glass

New Opportunities for the Biden-Harris Administration To Create Good Jobs for LGBTQI+ Workers In the News

New Opportunities for the Biden-Harris Administration To Create Good Jobs for LGBTQI+ Workers

For decades, the U.S. economy has left LGBTQI+ individuals and their families behind, but the Biden-Harris administration can use its existing authority to uplift LGBTQI+ workers.

the Center for American Progress

Aurelia Glass, Sharita Gruberg, Caroline Medina, 1 More Karla Walter

Worker Boards Across the Country Are Empowering Workers and Implementing Workforce Standards Across Industries Article

Worker Boards Across the Country Are Empowering Workers and Implementing Workforce Standards Across Industries

Worker boards have achieved real momentum in the United States, with four states and three local governments enacting laws since 2018 that bring workers and employers together to recommend standards.

the Center for American Progress

Aurelia Glass, David Madland

Unions Are Critical to the Democratic Party’s Electoral Success Report

Unions Are Critical to the Democratic Party’s Electoral Success

New CAP Action analysis finds that union members voted for the Democratic Party presidential candidate in much greater proportions than did nonunion members in 2020, cementing President Biden’s electoral victory and offering a path forward for the party to maintain and grow support.

Aurelia Glass, David Madland, Ruy Teixeira

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