Pathways to Economic Security: Bringing All Voices to the Table

Speakers

As of March 1, 2021

JESSICA BARTHOLOW

Chief of Staff, Senator Nancy Skinner, California State Senate

SESSION 2 | The Contemporary State of Needs

MATTHEW CORTLAND

Director of Policy & Legislative Affairs, Be a Hero

SESSION 2 | Restructuring and Bolstering the Existing System

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

JOEL ESKOVITZ

Director, Social Security and Savings, AARP Public Policy Institute

SESSION 7 | Connecting Policy Research to Action: Three Perspectives from Partners

JASON FICHTNER

Associate Director of the Master’s in International Economics and Finance, and Senior Lecturer of International Economics, Johns 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

RENÉE M. LANDERS

Professor of Law and Director Health Law Concentration and Faculty Director, Masters of Science in Law Life Sciences Program, Suffolk University Law School

SESSION 7 | Connecting Policy Research to Action: Three Perspectives from Partners

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

NAOMI M. STANHAUS

Program Consultant, RRF Foundation for Aging

SESSION 7 | Connecting Policy Research to Action: Three Perspectives from Partners

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

ANNA WADIA

Senior Program Officer, Future of Work(ers) Program, Ford Foundation

SESSION 7 | Connecting Policy Research to Action: Three Perspectives from Partners

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