Diana G. Carew is an Economist and Director of the Young American Prosperity Project at the Progressive Policy Institute. At PPI, she works on issues related to innovation and growth in the U.S. economy, including investment, technology policy, and regulatory reform. Carew also leads PPI’s work on the economic obstacles affecting young Americans, covering topics such as student debt, workforce preparedness, and financial security.
Prior to joining PPI, Carew was with the Export-Import Bank of the United States, where she developed the methodology to quantify the number of jobs supported by Ex-Im Bank financing, and handled policy topics related to the Bank’s medium- and long-term loan and guarantee programs. Previously, Carew was with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, where she worked on the federal government’s official occupational employment projections and was a contributing author for the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Carew has a master’s degree in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Bucknell University. She also serves on the Advisory Board for Bucknell’s Institute of Public Policy.