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, Employment Policy
Director, Public Health
Senior Director, Federal Budget Policy
Senior Fellow, Health
Associate Director, Public Health
Director, Health Policy
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
Senior Director and Senior Legal Fellow, Women’s Initiative
Director, Women’s Initiative
Senior Policy Analyst
President Joe Biden took office one year ago amid one of the worst economies in generations, but the U.S. economy has since made tremendous progress toward recovery, and workers are benefiting.
New analysis by the Center for American Progress shows that working women have cumulatively lost $61 trillion in wages since 1967.
The Biden administration’s legislative achievements offer promise in expanding and sustaining employment and wage gains for working-class women.
The Center for American Progress submitted a comment letter to the Environmental Protection Agency on the agency’s proposed rule to regulate forever chemicals in drinking water.
Congressional leaders have reintroduced the FAMILY Act, which would provide paid family and medical leave to workers across the country.
Please join the Center for American Progress to discuss the multitude of issues faced by older women and to explore solutions to improve their lives.
Older women have made significant recoveries from their disproportionate labor force declines due to the pandemic and will become a larger share of the labor force in the coming decade, but there are many women in this age group who face barriers to enter and stay in the labor force.
This article details six foundational principles for providing inclusive and high-quality birth control and family planning care to all people.
Molly Weston Williamson explains the national importance of Minnesota becoming the first state in the Midwest to guarantee paid leave.
In Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA, the judges’ disregard for basic legal norms, such as the statute of limitations, highlights the politicization of the judiciary.
The judges in Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA made egregious errors when describing post-medication ER care, which threatens access to all medications and highlights the politicization of the judiciary.
In Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA, the judges’ lack of adherence to basic legal norms such as legal standing highlights the politicization of the judiciary.
With the governor’s signature, Minnesota’s new legislation will guarantee paid family and medical leave to nearly all workers, starting in 2026.