As the Director of Communications, Kendra Bozarth sets the organization's editorial strategy and oversees the publications process for all products, ranging from white papers and blog posts to social media content and annual appeals. She serves as production director on all Roosevelt publications, working with project teams—of fellows, program directors, creatives, and editorial staff—to move products from conception to launch, ensuring that they meet Roosevelt’s standards of quality and clarity, align with Roosevelt’s branding, and fulfill organizational goals and objectives. Follow her @kendrabozarth.

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week.   1. Rebuilding a Broken Link For The Capital Times, Roosevelt Vice President of Research and Policy Nell Abernathy and Congressman Mark Pocan (D-WI) examine the fissured link between corporate profits and worker prosperity. To help solve the

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Weak on Infrastructure This week, the Trump administration released its highly anticipated infrastructure plan—and it’s a gimmick. The proposed $200 billion in “new” investments will be paid for with cuts to existing infrastructure programs. “All told, he’s

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. A Better Solution to the Student Debt Crisis Higher education is commonly viewed as a pathway for economic mobility, but rising student debt holds many Americans back. A new report from the Levy Institute, co-authored by Roosevelt

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. The Trump Economy During Tuesday’s State of the Union address, President Trump heralded a set of economic indicators—including the unemployment rate—to suggest that his policies are strengthening the U.S. economy. Unfortunately, the narrative Trump wove obscures the

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Economic Inequality is Global As the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, began on Monday, Oxfam International released its annual inequality report. The findings in “Reward Work, Not Wealth” are—simply put—staggering. As CNNMoney’s Ivana Kottasová reports, the

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. Going Beyond 2018 Roosevelt President and CEO Felicia Wong joined Marketplace Morning Report this week to discuss why it’s imperative that Democrats embrace progressive economic reform and build a lasting agenda that goes beyond any one election

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1.The GOP’s Relentless Assault After passing a tax law that will harm economic growth and further exacerbates inequality in our economy, Republicans in Congress have now set their sights on core federal programs that serve millions of Americans.

Welcome back! The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 2018 will be a pivotal year, and we’re grateful to have you on our side. (Roosevelt President and CEO Felicia Wong is on sabbatical until May, so our Executive Vice President, Jeff Krehely, will be Acting

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. Our office will be closed next week for winter break, so the rundown will return on January 5, 2018. From all of us at Roosevelt: Thank you for reading! 1.We’re Doing It Wrong Despite a wave of public

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1.Tilted to the Top The World Inequality Lab released the 2018 World Inequality Report, which measures income and wealth disparities across the globe. Quoting the report, Roosevelt President and CEO Felicia Wong tweeted: “Economic inequality is largely driven