Clark Goldenrod, deputy director
Clark spends most of her time researching Minnesota's economic trends, working on more inclusive state policies for New Americans, and translating the state budget process. She's been at the Minnesota Budget Project for almost as long as she can remember, but in a former life she worked with the D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute.
She loves that this job allows her to apply her intense nerdiness and love of spreadsheets to make meaningful policy change. Clark earned a B.S. in public health from Tulane University in New Orleans, and a Master of Public Policy from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
In her spare time, she's either working to make walking and biking easy and fun for everyone, or she's busy making food-shaped ceramic and fiber art.