Expertise: Social determinants of health, poverty, mobility, health disparities
Rejane Frederick is an associate director for the Poverty to Prosperity Program at American Progress. Previously, she was a research associate in the health policy and management department at George Washington University (GWU). Prior to joining GWU, Frederick served as an assistant program manager at CommonHealth ACTION and the Institute for Public Health Innovation, where she provided programmatic leadership, support, and subject matter expertise, including facilitation and technical assistance to local governments, public and private health coalitions, community-based organizations, and grassroots coalitions. Frederick also worked at the National Urban League’s Washington, D.C., bureau and began her career in the U.S. Senate in the office of Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) as a legislative staffer, focusing on the areas of health, civil rights, criminal justice, and social policy.
Frederick is a graduate of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Juniata College, where she completed a master’s of public health in health equity, systems thinking/modeling, and social epidemiology, and a bachelor’s in public health and comparative politics.
By Rejane Frederick
|5 Ways President Trump and Congressional Republicans Are Betraying Veterans||Center for American Progress||September 26, 2017|
|The Racial Wealth Gap: An Old and Enduring Legacy||RealClearPolicy||September 25, 2017|
|Keeping Our Promise to America’s Vets by Saving Medicaid||Center for American Progress||July 25, 2017|
|The Impact of the Senate Health Care Bill on Veterans: State-by-State Breakdown||Center for American Progress||June 27, 2017|
|The Impact of the AHCA on Veterans: State-by-State Breakdown||Center for American Progress||June 22, 2017|
|3 Communities that Would Be Devastated by Trump’s Threats Against Sanctuary Cities||Center for American Progress||April 25, 2017|
|10 Ways President Trump’s Agenda Will Harm His Supporters in Rural and Small-Town America||Center for American Progress||March 16, 2017|
|Three Ways to Ensure That an Infrastructure Plan Benefits Workers, Not Wall Street||Center for American Progress||December 6, 2016|