Diana Orozco is a Policy Analyst with the Income and Work Supports team at CLASP. She supports the team’s efforts to improve access to benefits for people with low incomes. Prior to joining CLASP, Diana worked at the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality supporting a large-scale research project to listen to people across the country about how they’re making ends meet. In her various roles, she supported field operations, protocol implementation, and planning of the data collection phase of the project. Diana has also worked for Juma Ventures, a nonprofit organization providing job training for opportunity youth, where she supported financial capability efforts and services for all youth. Diana holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Ford School at the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in political economy from the University of California, Berkeley.