The Financial Security and Mobility Project partners with organizations and donors who share our commitment to nonpartisan research on the state of opportunity in America.
The Principals Group includes individuals who represent think tanks from across the political spectrum, and the Advisory Board comprises nationally recognized economists, social scientists, and policy experts from across the country who contribute a broad and diverse base of knowledge and experience.
In addition, the project works with funding partners on specific research and analysis projects.
Aparna Mathur, Ph.D., Economic Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Harry Holzer, Ph.D., American Institutes for Research and Georgetown University
Ida Rademacher, Initiative on Financial Security, Aspen Institute
Ron Haskins, Ph.D., Center on Children and Families, The Brookings Institution
Stuart Butler, Ph.D., Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution
Scott Winship, Ph.D., Fellow, The Manhattan Institute
Reid Cramer, Ph.D., Domestic Policy Programs, The New America Foundation
Ray Boshara, Center for Household Financial Stability, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank
Eugene Steuerle, Ph.D., Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, The Urban Institute
Greg Acs, Income and Benefits Policy Center, The Urban Institute