The VisionInclusive Policy Research
A society where policy research addresses the economic, social, cultural and political well-being of Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American and Multiracial women. WISER believes the well-being of Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native American and Multiracial women is vital for social and economic progress.
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The WISER leadership team consists of professionals with expertise in economics, finance, journalism, law and public policy. WISER’s leadership is committed to creating a society where the needs of women of color are included in the design and implementation of public policy.
WISER In The News
Rhonda Sharpe, along with several other economists, was interviewed by PBS correspondent Paul Solman about Trumps's first year as President.
Does Trump deserve credit for economic growth?
Rhonda Sharpe was interviewed by, NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman. They talked about Trump and the intersection of race, conservatism and economics.
Wielding Data, Women Force a Reckoning Over Bias in the Economics Field
Rhonda Sharpe was interviewed by, Jim Tankersley of the New York TImes, about the gender bias in economics and the impact on women of color.
International Women's Day 2018
Most foreign-born women in the US are 18-24, have an HS diploma, work in a service occupation and are from a country in North America - Mexico 25%.