Jasmine Tucker is Director of Research at the National Women’s Law Center, where she plans and directs qualitative and quantitative research on a range of issues facing women throughout their lives. She has written extensively about women and the economy, the wage gap, Social Security, and more. Before joining the Center, Jasmine was Senior Research Analyst at the National Priorities Project where her research centered on federal spending, tax policy, defense spending, and social insurance and where she led train-the-trainer style workshops to community organizers around the country on the federal budget. Prior to that, she was Senior Policy Analyst for Income Security at the National Academy of Social Insurance and was lead author of the groundbreaking public opinion study, Strengthening Social Security: What Do Americans Want? Jasmine was also a public policy fellow at the Center from 2010-2011. She holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the George Washington University with a focus on poverty and social policy and is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park.