I’m interested in developing reliable research to promote intersectional recommendations that reach across boundaries and disciplines. I am eager to work with the Urban Institute to develop well-researched policy tools in the spirit of collective liberation.
Micaela Lipman is a research analyst in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute. Before moving to Washington, DC, she worked in academia and the nonprofit sector to explore creative solutions where food policy, economic equality, and community organizing meet. She has worked on county-level projects with food policy councils, regional projects in upstate New York, and international projects while studying abroad in Uganda and Rwanda. She graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in development sociology and minors in international development and applied economics.