Daniel López is a research analyst in the Income and Benefits Policy Center at the Urban Institute. His research focuses on workforce development policy analysis and evaluation, postsecondary online learning, and immigration. Before joining Urban, López was a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Public Policy Fellow in the US House of Representatives.
López serves on the impACT board of directors for the University of Michigan Health-West and is a JR Board member for Latino Professionals. López graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in sociology.
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