Hailing from the Bay Area, Ryan Chandra is a senior at Stanford University pursuing a B.A. in Public Policy. Ryan is passionate about reimagining the future at the intersection of business, politics, and technology. Having completed multiple management consulting internships, Ryan brings knack for...
In a Monday roundtable discussion at Lathrop, Hannah Zimmerman ’21 — New York’s youngest elected official — discussed her political journey and the 2018 midterm elections. Zimmerman was elected to the New York County Democratic Committee in 2017 after running unopposed at the age of 17.
By May Wong
California and the nation’s economy may be on a roll, but Gov. Jerry Brown cautioned Friday that federal policymakers and his successor in Sacramento will need to be on guard for an inevitable downturn.
“Don’t be too exuberant. Get everybody ready,” Brown said. “The economy is a cycle,...
Public Policy affiliated faculty member Melissa DeWitte discusses a new poll by Stanford scholars finding that gun safety is top of the mind for California voters, with the midterm elections a few days away.
By Justin Oetting, Public Policy undergraduate student
Reflections from my Public Policy Internship
I was blessed to receive the Public Policy Summer Internship Fellowship in the summer of 2018 to work in the California Attorney General’s office in San Diego. Working on Hague Convention violation...
U.S. social insurance programs traditionally have been paid out to beneficiaries directly by the federal government. But the last two decades have seen an accelerated effort to subsidize private health insurance plans to provide Medicare and Medicaid benefits.