Jessie HF Hammerling, Research and Policy Associate
About Jessie HF Hammerling
Jessie HF Hammerling is a research and policy associate in the low-wage work program at the Labor Center. She works on projects relating to domestic outsourcing and technological change. Jessie is currently pursuing a PhD in geography at UC Davis; her dissertation examines production networks and inequality in regional labor markets, with a focus on the food services industry. In previous years, Jessie worked with the Labor Center's Green Economy Program, conducting research and policy analysis on job quality, job access, and training in California's clean energy economy. She has also contributed to the work of the Food Labor Research Center. Prior to joining the Labor Center, Jessie worked at COWS in Madison, WI. She completed a master's degree in international public affairs from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.