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Julie Ajinkya

Julie Ajinkya

Julie Ajinkya is a Policy Analyst for Progress 2050 at American Progress. Her work focuses on gender and immigration politics, and pays particular attention to the changing demographics of multicultural societies such as the United States and Western Europe.

Prior to joining American Progress, she was a research fellow and policy analyst at Gender Action, where she focused on the gendered impacts of International Financial Institution investments in the developing world. She was also a New Voices Fellow from 2003 to 2005 at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she coordinated the national outreach for the institute’s Foreign Policy in Focus project.

Julie earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in government from Cornell University and a B.A. in political science from Amherst College.

Email: jajinkya@americanprogress.org

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Julie Ajinkya

Julie Ajinkya

Julie Ajinkya is a Policy Analyst for Progress 2050 at American Progress. Her work focuses on gender and immigration politics, and pays particular attention to the changing demographics of multicultural societies such as the United States and Western Europe.

Prior to joining American Progress, she was a research fellow and policy analyst at Gender Action, where she focused on the gendered impacts of International Financial Institution investments in the developing world. She was also a New Voices Fellow from 2003 to 2005 at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she coordinated the national outreach for the institute’s Foreign Policy in Focus project.

Julie earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in government from Cornell University and a B.A. in political science from Amherst College.

Email: jajinkya@americanprogress.org