As of January 10th, I work as a senior policy analyst at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC. The work that I do is housed in Early Childhood Policy, advocating for comprehensive investments in a unified child care system and examining what a family-friendly (and education-friendly) policy landscape can look like.
Read on and click links to see some of the recent work I've published with my fabulous colleagues at CAP.
Child Care Spending Generates Massive Dividends (February 24, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & Rasheed Malik, Center for American Progress
The American Rescue Plan Shored Up Child Care, but a Long-Term Solution is Necessary (March 21, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & MK Falgout, Center for American Progress
Five Strategies for Equitable Implementation of Public Investments in Child Care (March 23, 2022); MK Falgout & Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress
We Can't Afford Not to Fix Child Care (March 28, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & Maureen Coffey, MarketWatch
4 Reasons the U.S. Economy Needs Comprehensive Child Care (May 24, 2022); Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress
Addressing the Nation's Infant Formula Shortage: Short-Term Policy and Regulatory Solutions (May 26, 2022); Arohi Pathak & Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress
3 Ways Federal Investments Can Address Child Care Deserts in America (June 2, 2022); MK Falgout, Rasheed Malik, and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress
A Strong Start in Life: How Public Health Policies Affect the Well-being of Pregnancies and Families (July 15, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Marquisha Johns, Osub Ahmed, Maggie Jo Buchanan, and Arohi Pathak, Center for American Progress
Increasing America's Child Care Supply (August 23, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress
[VIDEO] The Economic Realities of Child Care (August 31, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Ala Al Sadi, Hai-Lam Phan, Andrew Sonntag, Toni Pandolfo, and James Mertz