The following contributors have authored content for the blog:

 

Barbara Ray

Barbara Ray is founding partner, with Sarah Jackson, of HiredPen. She writes broadly on social welfare issues. Her most recent book is Not Quite Adults: Why Twenty-Somethings Are Choosing a Slower Path to Adulthood and Why It’s Good for Everyone. 

Sarah Jackson

Sarah Jackson is a writer and editor living in Berkeley, Ca. She is partner, with Barbara Ray, of HiredPen. She blogs regularly on suburban poverty for the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings.

Natalie Holmes

Natalie Holmes is a research assistant with the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. Her work focuses on poverty, access to opportunity, and tax policies that support low-income workers and communities in metropolitan America.

Alicia Berenyi

Alicia Berenyi is a Ford Foundation Fellow and New York University Law Student working with the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program through the summer of 2014.

Jane Williams

Jane Williams was a research assistant with the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program from 2012 to 2014. Her work focused on poverty, access to opportunity, and tax policies that support low-income workers and communities in metropolitan America.