Thursday, December 1, 2022

Grace Haley

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Grace is the Center's Gender and Race Researcher and studies the intersection of gender and race of federal candidates and how it affects campaign fundraising, among other things. Prior to joining the Center, Grace worked in research for torture prevention academics, research institutions, and international human rights nonprofits, including the Danish Institute Against Torture in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a degree in political science with a focus on the intersectionality of gender and race from Reed College.

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