Will Gabelman is an Associate on the Central Operations team at Lyft Bikes & Scooters. Before Lyft, he managed operational analytics for major U.S. government healthcare initiatives, researched issues in economic policy for U.S. Representative Jim Cooper, and worked on funding strategy at Planned Parenthood. As a Roosevelter, Will helped lead student-side coalition work during a successful campaign against the outsourcing of hundreds of jobs at the University of Tennessee, which inspired the Roosevelt Institute's Re:Public Project, and served as Chapter President and on the Student Board of Advisors. He earned a B.A. from the University of Tennessee in economics, urban studies, and public policy as a College Scholar and Baker Scholar.