The DC Fiscal Policy Institute welcomes Brittany Alston, our newest policy analyst! Brittany is excited to begin researching workforce development and workplace policies in the District. She welcomes the opportunity to advocate for low-income workers throughout the city.
Before joining DCFPI, Brittany worked as a researcher for UNITE HERE. Her prior research advocated for responsible development in cities and examined the role of unionization in raising the standard of living for workers in low-income communities. Brittany has also served as a social impact analyst for a community development organization in New Jersey, where she provided impact evaluations of neighborhood-based revitalization programs.
Brittany holds a B.A. in urban policy and planning from Rutgers University and a Master’s degree in city planning from University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design.
She is ready to bring her spirit of brotherly love and sisterly affection to DC!
Please join us in welcoming Brittany!