Ryan Zamarripa is the associate director of Economic Policy at American Progress, where he collaborates across multiple departments to analyze the economic impacts of the Trump administration’s policies. His original work has been drafted into federal legislation proposals and cited in The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Zamarripa received a master’s degree in economics from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics from Tulane University.

Prior to joining American Progress, Zamarripa held the Nancy Hale Economics Fellowship at the think tank Third Way and worked at the New York City Economic Development Corporation. He also served as an education volunteer with the Peace Corps in Tanzania.

By Ryan Zamarripa
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4 Ways Trump’s Tax Bill Left Behind the Latino CommunityCenter for American ProgressOctober 29, 2020
Closing Latino Labor Market Gap Requires Targeted Policies To End DiscriminationCenter for American ProgressOctober 21, 2020
Mass Job Losses and Other Economic Costs of President Trump’s Inaction on CoronavirusJust SecuritySeptember 17, 2020
Only a National Strategy To Combat COVID-19 Can Ensure a Full Economic RecoveryCenter for American ProgressSeptember 2, 2020
All Risk, No Reward: Identifying the Economic Fallout From Premature ReopeningsCenter for American ProgressJuly 20, 2020
Federal Funding Is Essential To Saving State and Local Public ServicesCenter for American ProgressJuly 10, 2020
House HEROES Act Reflects Urgency of Ongoing Public Health and Economic Crises Caused by CoronavirusCenter for American ProgressJune 10, 2020
5 Ways the Trump Administration’s Policy Failures Compounded the Coronavirus-Induced Economic CrisisCenter for American ProgressJune 3, 2020
A Phase 4 Coronavirus Relief Bill Must Include Protections for Undocumented ImmigrantsCenter for American ProgressApril 16, 2020
How the Trump Administration’s Deregulation Agenda Has Worsened the Coronavirus PandemicCenter for American ProgressMarch 30, 2020