Tess Thorman is a research associate at the Public Policy Institute of California. Her research interests include community health, immigration, and social and economic equity. Before joining PPIC, she worked as a consultant with the Center for Migration Studies of New York, where she researched capacity for implementing a large-scale legalization program for undocumented immigrants. She holds an MPP from the University of Southern California and a BA with a major in English and musical studies from Oberlin College.
Poverty in California Is High by Any Measure September 20 2018
Could Wildfires Affect the 2020 Census? September 19 2018
2020 Census: Counting the Inland Empire September 5 2018
2020 Census: Counting the San Joaquin Valley August 30 2018
Geographic Variation in Poverty across California August 14 2018
Examining the Federal EITC’s Impact on Poverty January 25 2018
Legislative District Data Offers Close-Up View of Poverty January 11 2018