Eliza McCullough, Associate, works with the equitable economy team and provides research support for the National Equity Atlas. Her work focuses on the intersection of labor, technology, and economic policy. She currently leads a study on platform labor and rideshare driver pay. Eliza received her bachelor’s degree in Human Geography from the University of California, Berkeley in 2019. Her background in qualitative and quantitative research methods, economic policy, and global anti-poverty work provides her with a unique skill set to support her team. She loves to cook, read, dance, write, run, and talk to her friends on the phone.
- Most California Rideshare Drivers Are Not Receiving Health-Care Benefits under Proposition 22, National Equity Atlas (9/22/21)
- Tackling Structural Racism Key to an Equitable Recovery in California, National Equity Atlas (12/23/20)
- "The Secret to Building a Smart City That’s Antiracist," Fast Company (9/28/20)