Alissa Vladimir is the Executive Assistant to Miles Rapoport, Tamara Draut, and Heather McGhee.
Prior to joining the Demos Administration Team, she worked as a research consultant at the United Nations Development Programme on the 2012 International Human Development Report. Alissa has also worked as a Program Associate at BRAC USA, the US affiliate office of BRAC, the world’s largest international development organization, operating in 11 countries worldwide. She holds a BA in Communications from Temple University, and a Masters of Public Administration from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU. Her graduate school capstone project, Measuring the Effect of the Generosity of Welfare Benefits on Maternal and Infant Health, was published in the 2010 Wagner Review. Alissa currently serves as co-chair of the Emerging Leaders Network of the National Council for Research on Women, a professional development organization for young women working in the non-profit sector.