Tim Shaw is the associate director for BPC’s Economic Policy Project. Prior to joining BPC, Shaw was a senior analyst at the Government Accountability Office, where he prepared reports for Congress in a number of areas including long-term fiscal policy, taxes expenditures and the federal budget process, and federal direct student loans. He also previously worked in the evaluation unit at the Peace Corps Office of Inspector General. He holds a B.A. in political science and Spanish from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
Yesterday, @daughterhood talked about her experience with paid family leave as a small employer in DC. We polled small biz owners' about paid leave this year. The takeaway? They want to provide leave; the question is how to help them afford it. https://t.co/XuZWgW01tx