Erin Weber, M.P.A.

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About Erin Weber

During her graduate studies, Erin worked as a campaign assistant for international advocacy coalition groups. After moving to D.C, she served her AmeriCorps year at a D.C. public school before joining the U.S. Public Interest Research Group’s New Economy Program as the Communications Director and Campaigns Associate. At U.S. PIRG, she coordinated state and federal advocacy campaigns that sought to redefine traditional definitions of work and provide basic needs to low income individuals. Erin received her B.A. in politics from New York University and her M.P.A from NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School for Public Service.

IWPR Statement of the Passage of the 1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan by the House

IWPR applauds the passage of the 1.9 Trillion Stimulus plan by the House of Representatives, and encourages the Senate to do the same. The robust and historic recovery package enjoys high public support and will provide necessary economic support to families hit hardest by the COVID-fueled economic downturn.

By Erin Weber|2021-03-01T00:39:25-05:00March 1, 2021|Press Releases|0 Comments

Women to Biden Administration and Congress: Affordable Healthcare, the Economic Recession and Jobs are Top Priorities, New National Survey Finds

Washington, DC—New National Survey by IWPR finds in first 100 days and beyond, affordable, high-quality healthcare, getting the economic recession under control, and job creation are top priorities for women for the new Administration and Congress.

By Erin Weber|2021-03-16T14:59:02-05:00February 24, 2021|Press Releases|0 Comments

January’s Decline in Women’s Employment Shows Robust Relief and Recovery Efforts by Administration will be Key

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2021 Contact: Contact: Erin Weber [...]

By Erin Weber|2021-03-12T21:32:03-05:00February 5, 2021|Media, Press Releases|0 Comments

New Study Shows Pay Secrecy Remains Prevalent in U.S. Workplaces Despite Tightened Legal Restrictions at State Level

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2021 Contact: Contact: Erin Weber [...]

By Erin Weber|2021-02-03T03:29:22-05:00February 3, 2021|Media, Press Releases|0 Comments

Widespread Decline in Household Income During COVID-19 Pandemic Contributes to Food Insufficiency Among Families

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the economic security and well-being of families. In addition to finding and sustaining employment, many families are struggling with food insufficiency, a direct consequence of lost earnings. Nationally, more than 37 million Americans, including more than 11 million children are food insecure.

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