David Gray is a policy analyst for the Louisiana Budget Project, an independent nonprofit that reports on how fiscal issues impact Louisiana’s low and moderate-income families. In this capacity, David spearheads LBP’s statewide asset building and anti-predatory lending initiatives, and he publishes major research reports on Louisiana’s economy and tax structure. His most recent report, “Louisiana Needs a Higher Wage” explores the benefits of establishing a minimum wage in Louisiana. David also educates lawmakers and community leaders on fiscal policies that are in the best interest of the state’s workers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners. David also serves on on the East Baton Rouge Parish Food Policy Access Commission. He earned his Bachelor’s degrees in social policy and urban studies from Tulane University and his Master of Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
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