Senior Policy Analyst, Economic Mobility

Alex Camardelle

Alex Camardelle is a senior policy analyst at GBPI, where he produces research that shows ways to reduce poverty, improve social services and provide support for Georgia’s workforce.

Prior to joining GBPI in 2018, he worked for the Annie E. Casey Foundation, where he was responsible for strengthening economic opportunity through research, grantmaking and partnerships. The Georgia Center for Nonprofits recognized Alex as one of its 2017 “30 Under 30,” a distinction for emerging leaders who are a positive influence in Georgia’s nonprofit community.

Alex graduated from the University of Alabama. He also holds a master’s in Policy Analysis & Evaluation from Georgia State University, where he is now pursuing a doctorate in policy studies.

Recent Posts by Alex

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Follow the Money: Exploring Georgia’s Workforce Development Funding

On July 16 GBPI Senior Policy Analyst Alex Camardelle hosted a webinar that examines Georgia’s approach to workforce …

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Georgia Criminal Justice Budget Primer for State Fiscal Year 2020

You can download and share all the images and charts in the Criminal Justice Primer by clicking here.  …

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Georgia Human Services Budget Primer for State Fiscal Year 2020

You can download and share all the images and charts in the Human Services Primer by clicking here.  …

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Georgia’s Boost in Child Care Funding

Public investments in child care assistance bolster economic opportunity by helping Georgia parents maintain stable employment while promising …

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The Earned Income Tax Credit and Young Adult Workers

The federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a powerful tool for fighting poverty that boosts the after-tax …

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Striving for Dignity and Mobility Through Work in Georgia

Just over 50 years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. asserted that “all labor has dignity.” He delivered …

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Women Mean Business: State Strategies to Close the Women’s Wealth Divide Through Entrepreneurship in Georgia

Georgia ranks second in the nation for the growth of women-owned businesses.[1] Women own about 40 percent of …

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Introducing PROSPER Georgia

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Quick Facts: Low Wages and Steep Cliffs

What is the Cliff Effect? The cliff effect occurs when an individual abruptly loses their assistance as a …

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Low Wages and Steep Cliffs

Recommendations to Eliminate the Cliff Effect in Georgia’s Safety Net Programs The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and …

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Food Stamp Requirements and Time Limits (ABAWDS)

Food Stamp Work Requirements and Time Limits (ABAWDS)   Who is subject to requirement? Regular Work Program Requirement …

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Overview: 2020 Fiscal Year Budget for Department of Human Services

More Investments for Big System Reforms Governor Brian Kemp’s proposed $825 million Department of Human Services budget for …

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