Emily DiVito

Program Manager, Corporate Power

As Program Manager for the Corporate Power program, Emily DiVito supports the think tank’s work identifying, explaining, and advancing solutions for the problem of unchecked corporate power in today’s economy.

As Program Manager for the Corporate Power program at the Roosevelt Institute, Emily DiVito supports the think tank’s work identifying, explaining, and advancing solutions for the problem of unchecked corporate power in today’s economy. DiVito conducts research and provides project management and administrative support within the Corporate Power team and across the think tank.

Prior to joining Roosevelt, DiVito held various positions at the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, providing project management support to the organization’s national candidate trainings, electoral campaigns, and federal issue advocacy projects around student debt, health care access, and infrastructure investment. DiVito holds a BA in American studies from Wellesley College, and an MPA from Columbia University.