NCLR Media Guide


Alicia Criado

Policy Associate, Economic and Employment Policy Project

Expertise:
State job creation policies; job access; job quality; economic security; low-wage labor market; immigrant workers

Education:
Master’s degree, public policy and management, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University; bachelor’s degree, peace and conflict studies, University of California, Berkeley

Current Position:
Employment and labor policy analysis and research; communications, advocacy, and Affiliate engagement

Previous Position(s):
Labor and Education Specialist, UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education (Labor Center); Research Assistant, Center for American Progress; Municipal Development Volunteer, Peace Corps Honduras; Organizer, Organizer, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

Selected Publications:

Monthly Latino Employment Report:  The Impact of Budget Cuts on Workforce Training (March 2013)

Now Hiring?  Orlando Roundtable Proceedings (January 2013)

Monthly Latino Employment Report:  Underemployment:  The Real Jobs Crisis (December 2012)

Now Hiring?  Latinos and the Job Creation Policies in the South Atlantic (October 2012)

Monthly Latino Employment Report:  Latino Workers Contribute to Florida's Economy (August 2012)

Monthly Latino Employment Report:  No Bargain for Low-Wage Workers (January 2012)