"As the son of immigrants, I’m grateful my parents were able to overcome obstacles to economic mobility—providing my brother and me a life that they could only dream of. However, structural and systemic barriers block those opportunities for low-income communities and communities of color. We must do better."
Duy Pham is a research assistant with CLASP’s Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success. He provides research support and analysis on postsecondary and workforce policy. Prior to joining CLASP, Duy was a public interest fellow at the Bell Policy Center in Denver, Colorado. He holds a bachelor’s degree in international political economy from Colorado College and is currently pursuing his master's degree in public policy at the McCourt School at Georgetown University.