Kendra Bozarth

As the Director of Communications, Kendra Bozarth sets the organization's editorial strategy and oversees the publications process for all products, ranging from white papers and blog posts to social media content and annual appeals. She serves as production director on all Roosevelt publications, working with project teams—of fellows, program directors, creatives, and editorial staff—to move products from conception to launch, ensuring that they meet Roosevelt’s standards of quality and clarity, align with Roosevelt’s branding, and fulfill organizational goals and objectives.

Prior to joining Roosevelt, Kendra worked on state-level budget and tax policy campaigns in Kansas as a member of the State Priorities Partnership with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. She earned a BA in English from the University of Kansas with an emphasis in creative writing and political communications. Follow her on Twitter @kendrabozarth.

America’s $1.6 trillion student debt crisis is crushing millions of us, but it is disproportionately harming Black people—and fueling the racial wealth gap.  In a new Roosevelt report, co-released with Demos and The Century Foundation, Roosevelt Program Manager Suzanne Kahn and her coauthors underscore that our debt-financed higher education system reinforces the structural racism that plagues

In a report released earlier this week, Roosevelt Fellow Todd Tucker explains what industrial policy is and how we can do it better. Notably, he argues that—despite the common but mistaken assumption that the US does not use industrial policy—ad hoc and exclusionary industrial policies have hindered the kind of robust industrial planning necessary to

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 30, 2019 CONTACT: Kendra Bozarth, kbozarth@rooseveltinstitute.org Reviving Industrial Policy and Economy-Wide Planning in the Time of Global Crises New Roosevelt report explores the role of democratic industrial policy in tackling America’s greatest global threats The US faces numerous challenges—from climate change to trade competition—that make a more robust industrial policy and

In “Exploring Guaranteed Income Through a Racial and Gender Justice Lens,” Jhumpa Bhattacharya of the Insight Center connects two of the ideas that have bubbled up to the surface of the 2020 political debate: The need to address the racial wealth gap that exists between people of color—particularly Black Americans—and white Americans, and a guaranteed

Each Saturday, a Roosevelt staff member will share 3-5 articles that they consider must-reads. This week, Roosevelt Communications Director Kendra Bozarth is sharing an antitrust reading list and elevates the hidden rules of drug addiction. I recently finished Good and Mad by Rebecca Traister, which is fitting because I am definitely a woman signaling fury

Despite individual policies polling better than conservative proposals—on health care, education, and taxes, for example—the public has yet to fully comprehend what progressives actually stand for. Progressive policymakers need a worldview that connects laundry lists of policy solutions to people’s daily lives, and a new issue brief by our colleagues offers just that. In “Increasing

We all need transformative solutions for our broken political system, but especially those most disadvantaged by its failings: Americans of color. In a new paper, Roosevelt Fellow Todd Tucker explores five ways to reform the Senate—a body structured by biased rules of representation that prioritize sparsely populated states with mostly white populations, exclude nearly 5

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Why This Matters is a series from Roosevelt staff connecting our individual work—from papers to reports and everything in between—to our broader vision of creating a better, more equitable economic and political system. This series will give readers the top takeaways from our latest writing and thinking, with a focus on why they matter as we

Recently, The New York Times published a report about women who, while working in physically demanding jobs, lost their pregnancies after requests for less-strenuous assignments were denied. The profile is a tragic example of the steep toll levied on women, and particularly women of color, who face economic and social rules that are rigged against

MEDIA ADVISORY: August 27, 2018 CONTACT: Kendra Bozarth, kbozarth@rooseveltinstitute.org   STATEMENT: Roosevelt Fellow Responds to Preliminary Trade Deal between U.S. and Mexico   New York, NY—Statement of Dr. Todd N. Tucker, Political Scientist and Fellow at Roosevelt Institute, and author of Judge Knot, a book on dispute settlement in NAFTA and other trade deals: “Today’s North

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MEDIA ADVISORY: August 21, 2018 CONTACT: Kendra Bozarth, kbozarth@rooseveltinstitute.org   STATEMENT: Roosevelt Institute Fellow Responds to Bill Introduced by Sen. Elizabeth Warren to Curb Government Corruption   New York, NY – Today, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) introduced legislation that would make sweeping changes to our country’s ethics and conflict-of-interest laws. The Anti-Corruption and Public Integrity

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MEDIA ADVISORY: August 15, 2018 CONTACT: Kendra Bozarth, kbozarth@rooseveltinstitute.org STATEMENT: Roosevelt Institute Policy Counsel Responds to Bill Introduced by Sen. Elizabeth Warren to Amplify Worker Voice New York, NY—Today, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) introduced legislation that would require large corporations to consider the interests of employees and other stakeholders in their decision-making. The Accountable Capitalism Act

Why This Matters is a series from Roosevelt staff connecting our individual work—from papers to reports and everything in between—to our broader vision of creating a better, more equitable economic and political system. This series will give readers the top takeaways from our latest writing and thinking, with a focus on why they matter as we

Why This Matters is a series from Roosevelt staff connecting our individual work—from papers to reports and everything in between—to our broader vision of creating a better, more equitable economic and political system. This series will give readers the top takeaways from our latest writing and thinking, with a focus on why they matter as we

Why This Matters is a series from Roosevelt staff connecting our individual work—from papers to reports and everything in between—to our broader vision of creating a better, more equitable economic and political system. This series will give readers the top takeaways from our latest writing and thinking, with a focus on why they matter as we

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Why This Matters, a new series from Roosevelt staff connecting our individual work—from papers to reports and everything in between—to our broader vision of creating a new, more equitable economic and political system. This series will give readers the top takeaways from our latest writing and thinking, with a focus on why

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