Elaine de Leon Ahn is a strategic communications professional with experience developing campaigns that seamlessly combine traditional and social media tactics. Elaine has worked with faith-based and secular non-profit organizations on a variety of issues, including the death penalty, reproductive rights, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. She has also conducted various workshops and trainings in public opinion research, message development, media interviews, and online communications strategy. Elaine holds a Master of Arts in Strategic Communications from American University, and a Masters in Theological Studies, with an emphasis on ethics and public theology, from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.
Statement from IPS Director John Cavanagh
Janet Redman, IPS’s Climate Policy Director, responds to the Supreme Court ruling.
IPS Statement on the Signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Kiriakou will receive the 2015 PEN Center USA First Amendment award on November 16.
IPS Expert Available for Comment on Pope Francis’ Climate Encyclical
Congressman Conyers is the first African-American to serve in Congress for at least 50 years and the longest-serving African-American in the history of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Congress.
Leading expert on racial equity in the U.S. and international labor movement will launch a new Black Worker Initiative
IPS report reveals hefty taxpayer savings from little-known Affordable Care Act executive compensation reform
Phyllis Bennis, director of IPS’ New Internationalism project and whose books include Ending the Iraq War: A Primer, is available to discuss possible alternatives to U.S. military intervention in Iraq.
Statement from Institute for Policy Studies Climate Policy Program Director Janet Redman and Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter
IPS’ recent report has garnered significant attention in prominent national media outlets.
After minor revisions due to updated data from the American Federation of Teachers, the report still concludes that student debt and low-wage faculty labor are rising faster at the state universities with the 25 highest-paid presidents.