On June 16, Pronita Gupta will be a discussant at the Labor Employment Relations Association Annual Meeting in Baltimore for a session on labor standards policy and enforcement.
On June 12, Hannah Matthews presented at the National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Association in Washington, DC on Policy Issues Impacting Farmworker Families.
On May 2, Rosa Garcia spoke on a panel session titled “Campus Disconnections: The Student of Color College Experience” at the Leadership Conference Education Fund’s All Children, Our Future: Civil Rights and Education Conference in Washington, D.C.
On April 28, Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield will discuss integrating federal benefits programs to increase student success at the American Association of Community Colleges Annual Convention.
On April 28, Pronita Gupta moderated a panel discussion titled “Creating Equitable Workplace Paid Family Leave Policies” at the Make Family Leave Not Suck Policy Summit in Cambridge, MA. The panel offered varied perspectives on expanding access to paid family leave in the workplace.
On April 27, Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield will discuss state and federal basic needs policies that influence low-income college student completion at the California Community Colleges’ Basic Needs Summit.
On April 23, Nia West-Bey spoke at the I am Psyched! for Economic and Social Justice for Women in the Service Sector panel discussion hosted by the American Psychological Association. The session focused on research and advocacy efforts in support of women who work for low-wages or on contingency in the age of #MeToo and #TimesUp.
On March 26, 2018, Andrea Amaechi will present at a workshop entitled “Creating Responsive Partnerships that Lead to Employment for Out-of-School Youth” at the National Association of Workforce Boards forum in Washington, D.C.