Alicia Mazzara: Mapping How a Housing Vouchers Loophole Furthers Segregation (Ep. 171)

Alicia Mazzara: Mapping How a Housing Vouchers Loophole Furthers Segregation (Ep. 171)

Alicia Mazzara is a Research Analyst in the Housing Division at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. She works on issues related to federal low-income housing policy.

Dr. Lauren Rhue: Empirical Evidence of AI Bias Revealed by NBA Player Headshots (Ep. 170)

Lauren Rhue: Empirical Evidence of Racial Bias Revealed by NBA Player Headshots (Ep. 170)

Lauren Rhue is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics at the Wake Forest School of Business

H. Claire Brown: How an FDA Algorithm is Killing Bodegas (Ep. 169)

Claire Brown: How an FDA Algorithm is Killing Bodegas (Ep. 169)

H. Claire Brown (@hclaire_brown) is a staff writer for The New Food Economy focusing on food policy and the environment. Her reporting has won awards from the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the New York Press Club. She is based in Brooklyn. 

Kim Tignor: Connecting the Dots Between IP and Social Justice (Ep. 168)

Kim Tignor: Connecting the Dots Between IP and Social Justice (Ep. 168)

Kimberly Tignor (@Kim_Tignor) is the Public Policy Director for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Ms. Tignor manages a portfolio that includes education, voting rights, employment discrimination, fair housing, affirmative action, criminal justice, and immigration. In addition, she manages the Judicial Diversity Program of the Lawyers’ Committee.

Ambar Januel: Rescue Your Cause Marketing from the Ivory Tower (Ep. 167)

Ambar Januel: Rescue Your Cause Marketing from the Ivory Tower (Ep. 167)

A Mexican American with a creative background and an untraditional career path, Ambar Januel (@ambarjanuel) is a marketing strategist and branding expert for non-profits and innovative tech companies.

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia (Ep. 166)

Alexandra Channer: Automation, Displacement and Slavery in Southeast Asia (Ep. 166)

Dr. Alexandra Channer (@channer_alex) is a human rights advisor for business, helping to identify and mitigate impacts resulting from their commercial activities and relationships. She has a technical background in risk analysis and due diligence for labour standards, civil and political rights and community impacts.

Joseph Kane: The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Your White Collar Job (Ep. 165)

Joseph Kane: The Impact of Automated Vehicles on Your White Collar Job (Ep. 165)

Joseph Kane (@jwkane) is a senior research associate and associate fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program.

Chiqui Cartagena: The Public Policy Implications of Hispanic Marketing (Ep. 164)

Chiqui Cartagena: The Public Policy Implications of Hispanic Marketing (Ep. 164)

Chiqui Cartagena joined Joe Miller to discuss the public policy implications of Hispanic marketing amidst an increased demand for Latino data.

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail — A Starter’s Guide (Ep. 162)

Jonathan Friebert: Public Policy and the Future of Retail — A Starter’s Guide (Ep. 162)

Jonathan Friebert, U.S. Head of Public Policy of China’s largest retailer, JD.com, joined us to discuss the public policies that are most crucial to the future of retail.