Found on campuses and in cities across nearly 40 states, the Roosevelt Network is built on the principle that changing who writes the rules can help fulfill the ideals of American democracy and build true public power. The network supports student-led, scalable policy campaigns that fight for the equitable provision, distribution, and accessibility of public goods at the campus, local, and state levels. In addition to its student-led activities, the program leverages the power of its alumni network—which includes public officials, lawyers, teachers, nonprofit executives, and researchers—to expand opportunities for the next generation of policy leaders. A program of the Roosevelt Institute, the network operates alongside leading economists and political scientists to bring the ideals of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt into the 21st century.

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Roosevelt Network National Staff

Alyssa Beauchamp

Deputy Director

As the Network Deputy Director at the Roosevelt Institute, Alyssa Beauchamp manages a diverse portfolio of undergraduate research fellowship programs, oversees the annual 10 Ideas publication process, and develops and executes the Network's robust research and advocacy training curriculum.

Katie Kirchner

National Director

As the National Director, Katie leads the network with a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and changing who writes the rules within our own organization.

Elijah Wilson

Policy Associate

As Policy Associate, Elijah Wilson manages student policy coordinators and student policy projects.