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About Adiam Tesfaselassie

Adiam Tesfaselassie is the Mariam K Chamberlain Fellow for 2018-2019 at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Adiam works on projects related to the status of women in the states, women and wealth accumulation, and future of work, examining how these topics intersect with racial and economic disparities. Adiam’s prior research focused on the experiences of first-generation students in comparison to continuing generation students at Colorado State University. She independently analyzed the overall engagement of first-generation students using the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) data. Adiam also served as a research assistant on a Ph.D. dissertation that examines the relationship between a student’s networks and their academic performance, retention rate, and overall college experience throughout the years. Adiam received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Sociology from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The FFRCA is set to expire. Its paid sick day protections are more important now than ever.

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By |2020-12-09T19:42:10-04:00December 9, 2020|In the Lead|0 Comments

The Pandemic is Bad for Mental Health. There Are Immediate Solutions.

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By |2020-10-27T16:42:46-04:00October 27, 2020|In the Lead|0 Comments

Fast Facts: Pregnancy in the Workplace and the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA)

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Stepping Up to Lead: Women Re-Shaping America’s Leadership, Politics & Priorities

Women comprise more than 50 percent of the U.S. population but currently hold just 23 percent of elected seats in Congress and about 1 in 3 state legislative seats. In 2018, a record number of women were elected to office—117 women, including 42 women of color—bringing their expertise, diverse experiences, and agenda for broad and inclusive change to Congress and state legislatures across the country.

The Status of Women In North Carolina: Political Participation

The Status of Women in North Carolina: Political Participation presents data on several aspects of women’s involvement in the political process in North Carolina, comparing North Carolina to other states and the United States overall.

The Status of Women in North Carolina: Health & Wellness

This report provides information on the health, well-being, and reproductive rights of women in North Carolina, including differences by race and ethnicity and by county where data are available.

By |2020-08-27T01:32:11-04:00June 25, 2019|Report, Status of Women|Comments Off on The Status of Women in North Carolina: Health & Wellness

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By |2020-10-12T01:03:01-04:00April 24, 2019|IWPR|Comments Off on Assets for Equity: Building Wealth for Women in Central Ohio
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