CBPP Health Policy Fellow

Hillary Dong

Prior to joining GBPI, Hillary worked as an Arts Administration Intern at the New Georgia Project, where they promoted civic engagement through creative and cultural organizing. They have also worked as a Policy Campaign Trainee with the Amplify Georgia Collaborative, supporting the Local Campaign Manager in promoting reproductive justice in and around Atlanta.

Hillary is a native of Dalton, Georgia, and a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, where they earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy and History, Technology, and Society. In her personal life, Hillary enjoys cooking, live music, and hanging out with her two cats, Goose and Eden.

Recent Posts by Hillary

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GBPI submits comment on the 2024-2027 Combined Strategic Workforce Development Plan

This letter constitutes Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s (GBPI) feedback on the 2024-2027 Combined Strategic Workforce Development Plan ...
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Overview: 2025 Fiscal Year Budget for the Georgia Department of Labor

    Governor Kemp’s proposed budget for the amended fiscal year (AFY) 2024 provided a net increase of ...
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Overview: 2025 Fiscal Year Budget for the Georgia Department of Corrections

    For Fiscal Year (FY) 2025, Governor Brian Kemp proposed a $1.48 billion budget for the Georgia ...
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2023 State of Working Georgia: Short-Lived Recovery Reflects Long-Term Barriers

Executive Summary Ongoing reliance on state-level, race-neutral job market measures provide an incomplete picture of the health of ...
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From Barriers to Bridges: Expanding Access to Higher Education and Workforce Training in Georgia

    This report was co-authored by Education Analyst Ashley Young and Senior Analyst, Worker Justice & Criminal ...
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Georgia Criminal Legal Systems Budget Primer for State Fiscal Year 2024

Georgia’s Department of Corrections Budget Georgia’s Department of Corrections (GDC) budget for fiscal year (FY) 2024 is $1.33 ...
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Georgia Human Services Budget Primer for State Fiscal Year 2024

This section is co-authored by Director of Economic Justice Ife Finch Floyd and Senior Analyst of Worker Justice ...
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Unemployment Insurance Bill Analysis: House Bill 518 and Senate Bill 160

    As of Crossover Day, March 6, 2023, Georgia’s House and Senate each voted to pass unemployment ...
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Overview: 2024 Fiscal Year Budget for the Georgia Department of Labor

    The governor’s proposed budget for the current amended fiscal year (AFY), AFY 2023, was flat for ...
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Overview: 2024 Fiscal Year Budget for the Georgia Department of Corrections

    For Fiscal Year (FY) 2024, Gov. Brian Kemp proposed a $1.32 billion budget for the Georgia ...
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Regressive Revenue Perpetuates Poverty: Why Georgia’s Fines and Fees Need Immediate Reform

Introduction Georgia is the number one jurisdiction in the world for percentage of population under correctional control.[1] This ...
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Labor Day 2022: Georgia’s Correctional Control and Carceral Abuse Hurt All Workers

Despite strides to improve the employment prospects of Georgians who have contact with the criminal legal system, state ...

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