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Alanna Fuschillo

Research Associate



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Alanna Fuschillo is a research associate at the Committee for Economic Development. Alanna supports CED’s research division by conducting background research, drafting policy briefs, and conducting basic data analyses. Primarily working on issues related to higher education, she is particularly interested in the relationship between education and socioeconomic mobility and the school-to-work transition.  

Alanna earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations at Pennsylvania State University and recently completed her Master of Public Policy (MPP) at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy.

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