CASEY GOLDVALEPolicy & Data Analyst
Casey Goldvale is a Policy and Data Analyst with the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality’s Economic Security & Opportunity Initiative. She develops original public policy research methods, data analyses, and visualizations for research and policy development projects across the organization. Her recent research topics include postsecondary education, universally accessible family care, and the effects of potential changes to public benefits programs on poverty rates.
Previously, Casey served as an intern at the White House National Economic Council during the Obama Administration, where she focused on working family tax credits, corporate tax reform, the president’s budget, and cross-cutting initiatives addressing socioeconomic mobility and financial inclusion. Earlier, she spent several years as a Research Assistant at Cornell University, leading projects in collaboration with the AFL-CIO at the Office of Labor Education Research and the Cornell Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, where she co-authored research published in Agricultural Economics and the African Development Bank Group Working Papers Series. Her research on consumer demand for fairtrade-style certifications promoting gender equality has been published by CABI International.
She received her M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics from Georgetown University and her B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from Cornell University.