Eliza Schultz is the research assistant for the Poverty to Prosperity Program at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, Schultz assisted sociologist Kathryn Edin on a study of extreme poverty in Baltimore, interned at an anti-violence organization, and interned in the administration of then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. A Brooklyn, New York, native, Schultz is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, where she studied social sciences and conducted research on gender issues and work-family balance in academia.

By Eliza Schultz
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The Quiet Attack on the ADA Making Its Way Through CongressCenter for American ProgressSeptember 22, 2017
How the Trump Budget Undermines Economic Security for Working FamiliesCenter for American ProgressMay 23, 2017
The Trump Budget Will Worsen Climate Change While Hurting the Most-Affected FamiliesCenter for American ProgressMay 19, 2017
Six States Leading the Charge on Second-Chance PoliciesCenter for American ProgressApril 7, 2017
Trump’s Opioid Commission Doesn’t Address the Main Causes of AddictionMediumMarch 31, 2017
How Republican Budget Cuts Would Make the Opioid Epidemic Even WorseCenter for American ProgressJanuary 12, 2017
Toward a Dignified Retirement for AllCenter for American ProgressNovember 15, 2016
How Predatory Debt Traps Threaten Vulnerable FamiliesCenter for American ProgressOctober 6, 2016
A Progressive Agenda to Cut Poverty and Expand OpportunityCenter for American ProgressJune 6, 2016