Elections Have Consequences: Why Policy Matters for our Students and Community
Amy Hanauer, Policy Matters Ohio
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Bonda Room, UR 254
Levin College of Urban Affairs
1717 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
This session is part of the Levin College brown bag luncheon series hosted by Dean Roland Anglin. PIZZA PROVIDED!
About the Forum
Join discussant Amy Hanauer, founding executive director of Policy Matters Ohio, as she examines the consequences of elections and explains why policy matters for our students and our communities. Since 2000, Policy Matters Ohio has provided an essential voice in Ohio’s legislative debate. The case for good jobs, strong neighborhoods and smart solutions to complex problems, that support communities and help working families get ahead, is advanced each and every day by this committed team. Amy has a Master’s of public administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. from Cornell University. In addition to running Policy Matters, Amy does research on work, wages, tax policy, energy policy and other issues. Amy is vice chair of the board of directors of the national think tank Demos, and serves on governing bodies for the national Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN), and the national State Priorities Partnership. In America’s most important swing state, Amy provides a passionate voice about how to make an economy that works for all.