Worker Justice


Building Georgia’s economy, cultivating good jobs and strengthening the workforce can ensure opportunity is broadly shared among all Georgians. Expanded access to quality job training opportunities, a higher minimum wage, tax credits that support workers and more investment in transportation are some effective ways to attract and retain high-wage industries and jobs while providing equitable pathways for workers to attain those jobs. Ensuring the benefits of growth are enjoyed by people of all backgrounds can help build a more inclusive economy that maximizes Georgia’s ability to compete.


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Ray Khalfani
Ray Khalfani

Senior Analyst, Worker Justice & Criminal Legal Systems

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Alex Camardelle

Former Senior Policy Analyst, Economic Mobility

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Wesley Tharpe

Former Research Director

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