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Jennifer Johnson was a Project Assistant at the CCWT and a graduate of La Follette School of Public Affairs. As a graduate student, Jennifer worked as a health policy research assistant for Professor Yang Wang, at the U.S. Department of State in Guatemala as a Counter Narcotics intern, and as a graduate student assistant for the Mayor’s Innovation Project at the Center for Wisconsin Strategy. Jennifer’s public policy interests include state policy, health policy (specifically Medicaid), workforce development, and elections.

Prior to graduate school, Jennifer obtained her BA in Political Science from UW-Madison and her associate’s degree from Madison Area Technical College. She worked at the Wisconsin Elections Commission and the Latino Academy of Workforce Development.