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Lindsey Reichlin, Research and Program Coordinator

Lindsey ReichlinLindsey Reichlin joined IWPR as the Research and Program Coordinator in September 2013. She has a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs where she concentrated on human rights and a Bachelor of Arts from UCLA. Throughout her academic and professional experiences, she has sought to increase awareness of and access to effective policies and programs that improve the health and rights of vulnerable groups. Her work has spanned the domestic and global realms, ranging from a project to assess youth access to reproductive rights in Ethiopia to translating evidence-based research into accessible strategies to prevent childhood obesity in low-income communities around the U.S. Lindsey hails from Houston, Texas, which, for all its faults, still has some of the best barbeque and Tex-Mex in the country.

Latest Reports from IWPR

College Affordability for Low-Income Adults: Improving Returns on Investment for Families and Society
by Barbara Gault, Ph.D., Lindsey Reichlin, M.A., Stephanie Román (April 2014)

This report was prepared by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) as a part of a series of papers on defining college affordability sponsored by the Lumina Foundation. The report examines how efforts to understand and improve college affordability can be informed by the experiences and circumstances of low-income adults, students of color, and students with dependent children.


Paid Parental Leave in the United States: What the Data Tell Us about Access, Usage, and Economic and Health Benefits
by Barbara Gault, Ph.D., Heidi Hartmann, Ph.D., Ariane Hegewisch, Jessica Milli, Ph.D., Lindsey Reichlin (June 2014)

This paper was prepared by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) as a part of a series of Scholars’ Papers sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau in commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of American Women: Report of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, 1963.

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