Eduardo Hernandez is a research assistant with the job quality policy team at CLASP. He provides research support and analysis on various issues related to paid sick days, paid family and medical leave, and fair job schedules. Prior to joining CLASP, Eduardo spent a year as a Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow, first for the United Way of King County, Washington, and most recently in the Office of Family Assistance at the US Department of Health and Human Services. He also spent a year as a City Year AmeriCorps member in Jacksonville, FL. Mr. Hernandez earned a bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science with minors in sociology and Latin American and Latino studies from Wake Forest University.