Pathways to Economic Security: Bringing All Voices to the Table

Speakers

As of February 10, 2021 (More speakers TBA)

JESSICA BARTHOLOW

Chief of Staff, Senator Nancy Skinner, California State Senate

SESSION 2 | The Contemporary State of Needs

WILLIAM A. DARITY, JR.

Samuel DuBois Cook Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Duke University

SESSION 2 | The Contemporary State of Needs

SHARON DIETRICH
Litigation Director and Managing Attorney – Employment Unit, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

SESSION 1 | Holes in the Safety Net and Goals Yet to be Achieved

KATHRYN EDWARDS

Economist, The RAND Corporation

SESSION 2 | The Contemporary State of Needs

JASON FICHTNER

Associate Director of the Master’s in International Economics and Finance, and Senior Lecturer of International Economics, John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

SESSION 6 | Financing Assured Income

CHARLEIGH FLOHR

Research Manager, Public Education and Research Program, Human Rights Campaign

SESSION 5 | Assuring Economic Security for All

JEREMIE GREER

Co-founder and Co-Executive Director, Liberation in a Generation

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

DARRICK HAMILTON

Henry Cohen Professor of Economics and Urban Policy, The New School

SESSION 5 | Assuring Economic Security for All

SAMUEL HAMMOND

Director of Poverty and Welfare Policy, Niskanen Center

SESSION 5 | Assuring Economic Security for All

CHYE-CHING HUANG

Executive Director, Tax Law Center at NYU Law

SESSION 6 | Financing Assured Income

HOPE HUSKEY

Associate Director, The Sequoyah Fund

SESSION 4 | Foundations for a New System

GREG KAUFMANN

Contributing Writer, The Nation

SESSION 4 | Foundations for a New System

JOSEPH LEITMAN-SANTA CRUZ

CEO and Executive Director, Capital Area Asset Builders

SESSION 6 | Financing Assured Income

BETHANY LILLY

Director of Income Policy, The Arc

SESSION 3 | Restructuring and Bolstering the Existing System

TREVON LOGAN

Hazel C. Youngberg Distinguished Professor of Economics, Ohio State University

SESSION 1 | Holes in the Safety Net and Goals Yet to be Achieved

IONA MARINESCU

Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice

SESSION 4 | Foundations for a New System

SHELLY NORTZ

Deputy Executive Director for Policy, Coalition for the Homeless

SESSION 1 | Holes in the Safety Net and Goals Yet to be Achieved

MARISSA NUNCIO

Director, Garment Worker Center

SESSION 2 | The Contemporary State of Needs

AISHA NYANDORO

CEO, Springboard to Opportunities

SESSION 4 | Foundations for a New System

CATHERINE RAMPELL

Opinion Columnist, Washington Post

SESSION 6 | Financing Assured Income

JAMES ROOSEVELT, JR.

Counsel, Verrill

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

TAMMY SELTZER

Director, DC Jail and Prison Advocacy Project, Disability Rights DC at University Legal Services

SESSION 1 | Holes in the Safety Net and Goals Yet to be Achieved

JOHN TAYLOR

Immediate Past President, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (United Kingdom)

SESSION 5 | Assuring Economic Security for All

REBECCA VALLAS
Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress

SESSION 3 | Restructuring and Bolstering the Existing System: Strengthening Social Insurance and Raising the Floor

DORIAN WARREN
President, Community Change

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

BEVERLY YU

State Government Affairs Director, United Domestic Workers/American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 3930

SESSION 3 | Restructuring and Bolstering the Existing System: Strengthening Social Insurance and Raising the Floor