Becca is a PhD candidate in the economics concentration at the Sanford School of Public Policy. Her work focuses on domestic low wage workers, alternative work arrangements, and structural poverty. She is particularly interested in the interaction between government assistance and worker compensation. Prior to coming to Sanford, Becca worked as a research associate at the Urban Institute's Metropolitan Housing and Communities policy center studying supportive housing, financial coaching, and neighborhood change.
Becca holds a B.S. in Economics from the George Washington University.
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