Alumni

Since 1997, we have offered nearly 900 fellowships, and we've added 82 more in 2018. We're often asked what happens to former Peggy Browning Fellows.  We're proud to say that most of them pursue careers working for social and economic justice.  Nearly 42% are working in the labor movement; another 26% are in various public interest jobs; 12% are still in law school or hve recently graduated.  They work as lawyers forunions and union-side law firms, for worker centers, for various other workers' rights/public interest organizations, and for various federal, state and local government departments. Some examples are listed below.

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Alumni Updates - Where are they now?

Stephanie Ainbinder, 2015 PBF Fellow at the SEIU, is a Law Clerk for Justice Cypher at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Briana Beltran, 2009 PBF Fellow at the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, works as a Clinical Teaching Fellow for the Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic at Cornell Law School, in Ithaca, NY.

Wala Blegay, 2010 PBF Fellow at the AFL-CIO, is a Staff Attorney/Labor Specialist at DCNA, the District of Columbia Nurses Association, in Washington, DC.

Emma Bond, 2010 PBF Fellow at The Workplace Project, is a Trial Attorney with the Civil Division, Commercial LItigation Branch at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Matt Bradford, 2003 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is now State Representative Matt Bradford, representing the 70th Legislative District in central Montgomery County, PA.

Andrea Brown, 2015 PBF Fellow at IUE-CWA & 2016 PBF Fellow at Schwarzwald, McNair & Fusco, is an Associate at Ledbetter Parisi LLC in Ohio, representing Taft-Hartley funds.

Amanda Bundick, 2012 PBF Fellow at United Steelworkers, has been working for the union-side law firm Jubelirer, Pass & Intrieri in Pittsburgh since she graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in the spring of 2013.

Ray Burke, 2012 PBF Fellow at Greater Boston Legal Services, is a Staff Attorney at New Hampshire Legal Assistance.

Keith Castaldo, 2007-2008 PBF School-Year Fellow at the Chicago Newspaper Guild, is General Counsel for U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

Eirik Cheverud, 2010 PBF Fellow at O'Donoghue & O'Donoghue, is a Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Labor, currently assigned to the Department of the Solicitor, Plans Benefits Security Division in Washington, DC.

Katie D'Adamo, 2009 PBF Fellow at the UAW, is now a Immigration Staff Attorney with the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.

Sarah David Heydemann, 2015 PBF Fellow at the SEIU, is a Legal Fellow, Workplace Justice, at National Women’s Law Center.

Molly Davidson-Welling, 2006 PBF Fellow at Community Legal Services, is Partner at the Pittsburgh union-side law firm Stember Cohn & Davidson-Welling LLC. Molly clerked at the firm during law school and now specializes in employment, employee benefits, civil rights, and class action cases.

Danielle E. Davis, 2008 PBF Fellow at the United Mine Workers of America, is a Staff Attorney in the Economic Justice Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Noelle Dwarzski, 2005 PBF Fellow at the UAW, is an Attorney with McKenzie, Rothwell, Barlow & Coughran, P.C., a labor and employment law firm that represents employee benefit plans and their fiduciaries and joint labor-management trust funds, in Seattle, WA.

Sophie Elsner, 2015 PBF Fellow at CLEAN Carwash Campaign, is a Skadden Fellow at Texas RioGrande Legal Aid.

Mark Floyd, 1999 Peggy Browning Fellow at the Chicago Newspaper Guild Local 34071, continues as a Shareholder at Mierzwa and Floyd, P.A., in Lakeworth, Florida, where he has been since July 2003. He practices traditional union-side labor law and represents public sector unions, particularly fire fighters. Prior to moving to Florida, he had worked for two years at Previant, Goldberg, Uelman, Gratz, Miller & Brueggeman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he primarily represented private sector unions.

Thomas Frampton, 2011 PBF Fellow at the United Steelworkers, is a Staff Attorney for the New Orleans Public Defenders.

Tom Fritzsche, 2007 PBF Fellow at the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, is the Executive Director of the Milk with Dignity Standards Council in Burlington, VT.

Ceilidh Gao, 2012 PBF Fellow at the National Employment Law Project, is now the Staff Attorney at the National Employment Law Project in New York, NY.

Julie Gilgoff, 2014 PBF Fellow at UNITE HERE Local 2 & 2015 PBF Fellow at Levy Ratner, is now the Borchard Fellow in Law & Aging at the Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland, CA. Julie is researching and writing about topics spanning from the sharing economy, vacant property taxes, housing models for seniors, as well as rent subsidies and tax credits for senior housing.

Sayra Gordillo, 2015 PBF Fellow at New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice, is an Immigration Staff Attorney at Prisoners' Legal Services of New York.

Josiah A. Groff, 2005 PBF Fellow at the United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America, is now a partner at Dowd, Bloch, Bennett, Cervone, Auerbach & Yokich in Chicago, IL.

Steven Grubbs, 2009 PBF Fellow at the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, is an Advocacy Representative at SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania.

Francisco Guzmán, 2013 PBF Fellow at AFL-CIO, is a Field Attorney at the NLRB Region 29 in Brooklyn, NY.

Jessica Hahn, 2009 PBF Fellow at DC Employment Justice Center, is a Workers Rights Attorney at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, DC.

Andrew Hamilton, 2004 Peggy Browning Fellow at the UAW – After graduation in the spring of 2005, Andrew began working in the research department of SEIU/District 1199 in Ohio amd subsequently transferred to Washington, DC. He reported that this draws heavily on his legal training and prior labor movement experience. He recommends that young lawyers who care about the future of the labor movement should consider strategic campaign research as an alternative to traditional labor law practice.

Amanda Hansen, 2009 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is now an Associate at the union-side law firm Schuchat, Cook & Werner in St. Louis, MO.

Katherine Hansen, 2008 PBF Fellow at Change to Win, has been an Associate with the union-side law firm Gladstein, Reif & Meginniss in New York City since 2011.

Bruce Harland, 2001 PBF Fellow at SEIU, joined the union-side law firm Weinberg, Roger and Rosenfeld in 2003, where he is an Attorney.

Jonathan Harris, 2008 PBF Fellow at CASA de Maryland, was a Skadden Fellow at the Public Justice Center in Baltimore, then clerked for Judge James Graves, U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit. He's pleased to report that the unpaid wage lien bill that he drafted and lobbied for during his Skadden project was passed; it will likely be the strongest wage lien laws in the country, making it easier for workers to collect unpaid wages by  allowing them to put a lien on their employer's property. In September 2013, Jonathan became an Associate at the union-side law firm Cohen, Weiss & Simon, LLP in New York City.  He now works at the California Nurses Assocation-National Nurses United in Oakland, CA.

Miriam Hasbun, 2016 PBF Fellow at SEIU Local 2015, is an Attorney with the National Labor Relations Board, Region 1.

Ian Hayes, 2011 PBF Fellow at Kennedy Jennik & Murray, is an Associate at the union-side law firm Creighton, Johnsen & Girous in Buffalo, NY.

Angela Heverling, 2006 PBF Fellow at Community Justice Project/Neighborhood Legal Services, is now Counsel at the National Mediation Board, investigating representation disputes under the Railway Labor Act.

A. Wayne Hood II, 2016 PBF Fellow at AFGE, is a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Sean D. Wallace, Prince George's County Circuit Court.

Samantha Hults, 2003 PBF Fellow at NLRB Region 21, is an Managing Assistant City Attorney for the City of Albuquerque.

Jesse Isleman, 2015 PBF Fellow AFGE, is Legislative Counsel for New York State Senator Tony Avella.

Amanda Jack, 2009 PBF Fellow at the Community Justice Project, is a Public Defender with Brooklyn Defender Services in New York.

Burt Johnson, 2005 PBF Fellow at AFL-CIO, is the in-house counsel to the Carpenters Regional Council for Minnesota and the Dakotas. He is looking forward to being active in the labor law community for many years to come.

Sara Johnson, 2007 PBF Fellow at UNITE HERE, joined the Department of Labor's Honors Program, after clerking for Judge Mary Schroeder on the Ninth Circuit in Phoenix. She now is the Director of Strategic Planning & Performance of the Wage and Hour Division at the DOL in Washington, DC.

William Kampf, 2000 PBF Fellow at the NLRB Region 4, is the Founder of his own law office, where he focuses solely labor and employment law, as he advocates on behalf of California's employees.

Alex Kannan, 2009 PBF Fellow at Working Hands Legal Clinic, is also the Founder of his own law office where he focuses on immigration, criminal defense and family law matters in San Diego.

Rachel Kaplan, 2012 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is an Attorney-Advisor at HHS, Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (OMHA).

Laura Karr, 2010 PBF Fellow at the NLRB Division of Judges, is now a Staff Attorney at the United Mine Workers of America in Triangle, VA.

Evamaria Kartzian, 2012 PBF Fellow at Make the Road New York, as a Board Attorney at the NLRB Region 22 office in Newark, NJ.

Mami Kato, 2009 PBF Fellow at the UAW, is an Attorney at the union-side law firm Sachs Waldman, P.C. in Detroit, where her practice is devoted to the representation of labor organizations and related matters.

Andrew Kelser, 2011 PBF Fellow at Community Legal Services, is an Attorney at the union-side law firm O'Donoghue & O'Donoghue, LLP in Washington, DC.

Matthew Kent, 2012 PBF Fellow at the National Employment Lawyers Association, began working as a Regulatory Policy Associate with Public Citizen, a national, non-partisan, public interest group with over 400,000 members and activists. He’s in the Congress Watch division, which conducts public education campaigns and advocates before Congress and administrative agencies on money in politics, open government, corporate accountability, financial regulation, public health and safety, and access to justice.

Omer Khwaja, 2015 PBF Fellow at the NLRB Region 5 & 2015 PBF Fellow at Gladstein, Reif & Meginniss, works as the NY Campaign Director at Jobs to Move America, a national not-profit organization that works to build better, cleaner public transit systems, to create and retain good manufacturing jobs, and to generate opportunities for unemployed Americans like veterans, single parents, and residents of low-income neighborhoods.

Nate Kilbert, 2010 PBF Fellow at the United Steelworkers, is Assistant General Counsel at United Steelworkers in Pittsburgh.

Martin Klein, 2012 PBF Fellow at Working Hands Legal Clinic, is Attorney Advisor to Member Zalewski, Illinois Polluting Control Board.

Zoey Kohn, 2002 PBF Fellow at SEIU, is an Attorney with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the General Counsel, in Portland, Oregon.

Jacob Korder, 2012 PBF Fellow at Workers Defense League, practices labor and employment law as a solo practitioner in New York City and Of Counsel at Raff & Becker LLP and the Law Office of Harvey S. Mars LLC.

Julian Krol, 2016 PBF Fellow at the District Lodge 15 IAMAW, is a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Patrica Del Bueno Cleary of the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, General Equity.

Daniel Kuehnert, 2007 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is Staff Attorney for the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation in Alton, IL.

Yesi Lagunas, 2015 PBF Fellow at Gladstein, Reif & Meginniss, is an Associate at Schwartz, Steinsapir, Dohrmann & Sommers, a union-side law firm representing private and public sector employees, their labor unions and employee benefit plans throughout California and Nevada.

Juhyung Harold Lee, 2014 PBF Fellow at NYSUT, is a Law Clerk in the California Supreme Court.

Ryan Lemmerbrock, 2001 PBF Fellow at NLRB Division of Judges in DC, is now a principal with the law firm Muskovitz & Lemmerbrock, LLC in Cleveland, Ohio. He has been practicing labor law in Ohio since 2003. Ryan represents both public and private sector labor uions throughout Northeast Ohio in various labor-relations matters, including arbitrations, negotiations, administrative hearings, and general litigation.

Arthur Liou, 2005 PBF Fellow at the Asian Law Caucus, and Lindsay Nicholas, 2008 PBF Fellow at Unite Here! Local 2, are both Partners in the California union-side law firm Leonard Carder, LLP. Lindsay was a guest speaker at our recent Awards Reception in San Francisco, where she said, “The Peggy Browning Fund and its work are crucial to the labor movement, working people, and new lawyers who want to pursue a meaningful career. I am but one single example.”

Bryan Lopez, 2013 PBF Fellow at New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice, is a Staff Attorney, Immigrant Justice Project, Southern Poverty Law Center.

Two PBF Alumni, Jeff Macey (2007 PBF Fellow at Sherman, Dunn, Cohen, Leifer & Yellig) and Rob Hicks (2003 PBF Fellow at the NLRB Division of Judges), now work at Macey Swanson, a law firm in Indianapolis, IN which represents labor uinons and individual employees in all areas of labor and employment law.

Moshe Marvit, 2009 PBF Fellow at the NLRB Division of Judges, currently works as an Attorney-Advisor at the Federal Mine Safety & Health Review Commission.  He's also a Fellow with The Century Foundation and the co-author of Why Labor Organizing Should Be a Civil Right: Rebuilding a Middle-Class Democracy by Enhancing Worker Voice.

William Massey, 2002 Peggy Browning Fellow at The Workplace Project, spoke at our Dinner Dance in March 2003 about his experience at The Workplace Project. During the summer of 2003 he worked at the New York City law firm of Semel, Young and Norum, which represents the CWA. Since graduating from CUNY School of Law he has been practicing labor law at Gladstein, Reif & Meginniss in New York City, where he is now a Partner.

Shelley Mayo, 2009 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is a Deputy National Training Director at the U.S. Department of Labor in Washington, DC.

Michael McCrossen, 2005 PBF Fellow at the Sheet Metal Workers International Association, is an Assistant Deputy Public Defender at the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender in Camden, NJ.

Lauren McGlothlin, 2013 PBF Fellow at SEIU, began working at Outten & Golden, a New York City employment law firm.

Erin Medeiros, 2012 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, began working at Mierzwa & Floyd, P.A., a Florida law firm which concentrates on representing labor organizations in the public and private sectors, including labor unions and employee benefit funds. She joins another former Peggy Browning Fellow there, Mark Floyd.

Joshua Melgaard, 2010 PBF Fellow at the UAW, is an Assistant Public Defender for the State of Minnesota.

Michael Melick, 2008 PBF Fellow at United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America, joined the union-side law firm of Barr & Camens in Washington, DC in December 2012.

Jessica Mendoza, 2015 PBF Fellow at Farmworker & Landscaper Advocacy Project, is an Honors Attorney, National Labor Relations Board.

Celine Mizrahi, 2003 PBF Fellow at DC Employment Justice Center, is the Director of Community Relations for U.S. Congressman Jerry Nadler in New York City.

John Mulholland, 2011 PBF Fellow at the United Mine Workers of America, is Chief of Staff in the Office of New Jersey Assemblywoman Carol Murphy.

Sally Ness, 2016 PBF Fellow at MLBPA, is a Board Side Honors Attorney at the National Labor Relations Board.

Jeff Nieznanski, 2005 PBF Fellow at IUE-CWA, works as a Supervising Attorney with the Nutrition, Outreach, Seniors, and Health Law Unit, a division of Legal Assistance of Western New York. LawNY is a not-for-profit law firm which provides civil legal services to low-income clients in a fourteen county region in western New York, providing representation in the areas of housing, public benefits, health, education, consumer, and family law. His primary area of specialty is in Elder Law, which includes Medicaid, Medicare, public benefits, advance care directives, and consumer matters.  He is founding steering committee member of the Rochester Workers' Center.

Colleen Normile, 2011 PBF Fellow at The Workplace Project, is a Staff Attorney at CASA de Maryland, one of the organizations participating as a mentor in PBF’s fellowship program.

Junou Odige, 2016 PBF Fellow at SEIU, is a Law Fellow at the United Mine Workers of America.

Devon Oser, 2011 PBF Fellow at IUE-CWA, began working at in the Louisville, KY offices of the union-side law firm Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings PLLC.

Richard Otzel, 2011 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is a National Field Representative at the National Treasury Employees Union in Washington, DC.

Militza M. Pagán, 2016 PBF Fellow at Raise the Floor Alliance, is a Staff Attorney/Skadden Fellow at the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law.

Seyung Park, 2011 PBF Fellow at Community Justice Project, is the Assistant General Counsel at SEIU.

Hirak Pati, 2015 PBF Fellow at the United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America, is an Attorney, McChesney & McChesney, P.C., a South Carolina law firm focused on Social Security, disability, and workers’ compensation.

Savina Playter, 2002 PBF Fellow at National Employment Law Project, is now an attorney with Rodriguez & Fuentes, P.C. in Bronx, NY, a Ph.D. candidate at Walden University, and an Adjunct Law Professor at Marymount College.

Julie Polakoski-Rennie, 2008 PBF Fellow at the Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, is an Attorney with the National Labor Relations Board, Region 6 in Pittsburgh, PA.

Ashleigh Quinn, 2010 PBF Fellow at Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No. 19, is a Senior Associate with Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano in Philadelphia, PA, where she focuses her practice exclusively on Social Security Disability Law.

Anarose Reardon-Helferd, 2016 PBF Fellow at the National Domestic Workers Alliance, is a Staff Attorney with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.

Maria Roeper, 2009 PBF Fellow at National Employment Lawyers Association, was hired in the spring of 2010 by the General Counsel's office of the International Association of Machinists and now she is the Director of Human Resources. Maria says, "My Peggy Browning experience has helped me get this dream job. I now work for the IAM General Counsel’s office with a set of extremely experienced union attorneys who are very smart. It’s been just a fabulous experience to work with them. We’re fighting to support the lives of working people. Who could ask for anything better?"

Elizabeth Rowe, 2011 PBF Fellow at Schwarzwald, McNair & Fusco, is an Associate at the union-side law firm Dowd, Bloch, Bennett & Cervone in Chicago, IL.

Jessica Rutter, 2011 PBF Fellow at National Employment Lap Project, is Assistant Director of the Legal Department at the American Federation of Teachers in Washington, DC.

Jillian Ryan Bertrand, 2010 PBF Fellow at Schwarzwald, McNair & Fusco, is an Associate at the union-side law firm Pyle Rome Ehrenberg, PC in Boston.

Amanda Schneider, 2005 PBF Fellow at Community Legal Services, is the Project Director of Medical Legal Partnership at Children's Legal Alliance, part of Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. She advocates primarily in the area of special education law.

Aniko Schwarcz, 2008 PBF Fellow at the National Employment Lawyers Association, is the Director of Civil Rights and Employment Case Development for the Civil Rights Practice Group of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, PLLC. Aniko received her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law in 2011. In addition to her law degree,  she holds an M.S.W. from the University of Maryland's School of Social Work.

Evan Shanley, 2011 PBF Fellow at LIUNA, is now State Representative Evan Shanley, representing the House District 24, Rhode Island General Assembly.

Rachel Simon, 2007 PBF Fellow at the Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, works as an Attorney at the NLRB's regional office in Minneapolis, MN.

Olivia Singer, 2014 PBF Fellow at Greater Boston Legal Services, now works at Cohen, Weiss and Simon in New York City, where several other PBF alumni have also pursued their careers.

Lisl Soto, 2007 PBF Fellow at NLRB Division of Judges San Francisco, is a Shareholder at union-side firm Weinberg, Roger & Rosenfeld in Los Angeles, CA.

Jesse Stewart, 2011 PBF Fellow at NLRB Region 5, is an Honors Attorney with the Consumer Fniancial Protection Bureau in Washington, DC.

Uri Strauss, 2007 PBF Fellow at Greater Boston Legal Services, is a Staff Attorney in the Housing Unit at Community Legal Aid in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Lauren Stulmaker, 2009 PBF Fellow at The Workplace Project, is an Associate in the New York office of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, where she practices exclusively in the field of U.S. immigration and nationality law. Prior to joining the firm, Lauren worked in the St. John's Refugee and Immigration Rights Clinic, where she provided legal assistance to individuals seeking asylum or refugee status in the U.S.

Alvina Swati, 2015 PBF Fellow at NLRB Region 4, is a Law Clerk, Essex County Superior Court, Civil Division, with the Honorable L. Grace Spencer.

Kate Swearengen, whose 2010 Peggy Browning Fellowship was at the New York union-side law firm Kennedy, Jennik & Murray, is an Associate with the union-side law firm Cohen, Weiss & Simon in New York City.

Kathy Szybist, who was among the first Peggy Browning Fellows in 1998 at HERE Local 2, is now working as a Program Analyst for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Chicago, IL. Kathy is also the 2nd vice-president of Local 911 of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) and a steward for her union.

Anjetta McQueen Thackeray, 2006 PBF Fellow at AFSCME, is National Coordinator, Communications, Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions.

Art Traynor, 2006 PBF Fellow at the United Mine Workers of America, returned to UMWA and now is the Associate General Counsel. Among his other duties, Art now mentors new Peggy Browning Fellows there. He credits the Peggy Browning Fund with helping him at every stop in his career, and he is eager to help us share that same help with more students.

Mustafa Unlu, 2007 PBF Fellow at Community Justice Project/Neighborhood Legal Services Association, is Assistant Chief Counsel at the Food and Drug Administration in Washington, DC.

Jason Valtos, 1998 PBF Fellow at NLRB Office of the General Counsel, is a Principal at Osborne Law Offices in Washington, D.C., where he has worked since August 2001. Jason handles traditional areas of labor law, including representing labor unions and trust funds; he has also done pension fund work. Jason has remained active with the Fund and says, "The Peggy Browning Fund opened all the right doors."

Susannah Volpe, 2009 PBF Fellow at CASA de Maryland, is a Managing Attorney at Ayuda, where she focuses heavily on representation of unaccompanied immigrant minors, U visas, and criminal & deportation defense.

Elizabeth Wagoner, 2006 PBF Fellow at UNITE HERE, is a Supervising Attorney for the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty in Albuquerque.

Megan Walker, 2012 PBF Fellow at Community Justice Project, is a post-grad fellow at the Community Justice Project in Pittsburgh, PA.

Chris Williamson, 2009 PBF Fellow at NLRB Contempt Litigation & Compliance Branch, is the Senior Counsel at the Office of Member Lauren McFerran of the NLRB in Washington, DC. Previously, Chris worked for the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission. While still in law school, Chris was the original author of a Resolution that was adopted in the West Virginia House of Delegates and the West Virginia State Senate that creates Labor History Week in West Virginia. During Labor Day week, public schools, colleges, and universities are encouraged to teach labor history as a part of their curriculum or to host programs recognizing labor history and the contributions workers have made to society. Chris reports that the West Virginia AFL-CIO was very supportive in helping to create Labor History Week in West Virginia.

Catha Worthman, 1999 PBF Fellow at Community Legal Services, is an attorney with Feinberg, Jackson, Worthman & Wasow, P.C. in Oakland, CA, where she represents employees and retirees in class actions and other multi-plaintiff actions, as well as in individual litigation and administrative proceedings.  She joined the firm as an Associate in 2008 and became a Shareholder in 2012.  In 2011 and 2012, she was selected as a "Northern California Rising Star" by Super Lawyers magazine.

Gloria Yu, 2000 PBF Fellow at HERE Local 2, currently works at AmeriHealth in Philadelphia, PA as a Medicare Compliance Manager.

Andrea Zuniga, 2006 PBF Fellow at AFL-CIO, is State Director and Legislative Counsel for Paid Leave US.