Ceci Gallogly works in the American Enterprise Institute’s executive office where she manages logistics. If you couldn’t tell by her Linda Richman “Coffee Talk” accent, she spent her formative years in New Jersey. She studied economics at The George Washington University and was active in campus politics. For fun, she enjoys live music, seasonal rye-based cocktails, and Pilates. Pink is her signature color.
In a special bonus episode of Banter, AEI’s director of the Open Source Policy Center (OSPC), Matt Jensen, joined the show to discuss the ongoing tax reform debate and how the center’s models help make tax policy analysis more transparent. In addition to his work for OSPC, Jensen is a lecturer and founding member of the advisory board for the Open Source Macroeconomics Laboratory at the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute. He has written for RealClearMarkets, Tax Notes, The Wall Street Journal, and US News & World Report, among other publications.
Later this week, don’t miss Banter’s fifth installment of the “Bridging the Dignity Divide” series with AEI Visiting Scholar Mark Schneider on what’s wrong with our nation’s emphasis on the role of bachelor’s degrees for economic success.More