Renato Rocha

Renato Rocha
Policy Analyst, Income and Work Supports
Policy expertise: 
Income and Work Supports
Racial Equity
Cross-Program Benefit Access
Refundable Tax Credits
Immigrant Access to Benefits
Health and Mental Health

Renato Rocha is a policy analyst within CLASP’s Income and Work Supports team. He focuses on access to public benefits for immigrant families and issues regarding work reporting requirements across programs. 

Prior to CLASP, Renato was an economic policy analyst at UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), where he conducted analysis of public policy that impact the wellbeing of Latino and immigrant communities. In graduate school, he also had the opportunity to work at the National Immigration Law Center.

Renato holds a master's degree in public affairs from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a B.A. in politics from Occidental College. In 2013, Renato served as a Fulbright Public Policy Initiative Fellow to Mexico.