Areeba HaiderPolicy & Data Analyst
Areeba Haider is a Policy and Data Analyst at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality’s Economic Security and Opportunity Initiative. She conducts policy research and data analysis on projects related to market power, health and human services, and racial equity.
Previously, Areeba was a Research Associate for the Poverty to Prosperity team at the Center for American Progress, where she led research on vital anti-poverty programs. She has authored briefs on a wide range of topics, including child poverty, fair housing, census poverty data, and federal nutrition programs. Her analysis has been cited by Politico, NBC News, and the Biden-Harris Administration, among others.
She received her B.A. in Public Policy and a Minor in Writing at the University of Michigan.
When she isn’t working, Areeba enjoys attending concerts, buying cookbooks, and taking the scenic route.