Monday, November 20, 2017

Jennifer Lee

Latest Work

Three Trends Shaping Georgia Higher Education: Webinar Recap

Education beyond high school increases earning potential, strengthens the workforce, boosts economic development and helps move people up the economic ladder....

Georgia’s Higher Education Goals Hurt by Undocumented Student Policies

Across Georgia, people aspire to go to college. But students caught in the web of immigration laws and policies face daunting...

Georgia’s Higher Education Landscape: Demographics, Funding and What Students Pay

Thank you for your interest in GBPI's webinar, "Georgia’s Higher Education Landscape: Demographics, Funding and What Students Pay." Please share your...

About Jennifer

GBPI Higher Education Policy Analyst Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee is higher education policy analyst at GBPI, where she focuses on state policies that provide Georgians greater opportunity to complete a higher education credential regardless of race, ethnicity and family income.

Prior to joining GBPI in 2017, she was research associate and director of the Texas Kids Count Project at the Center for Public Policy Priorities in Austin, Texas. She graduated from Wellesley College and holds a master’s in public affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.

Media Mentions

Georgia college graduation program showing progress

The Atlanta Business Chronicle

Many Georgia students feel overburdened by rising college costs

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution