Avi Gulati is a sophomore at Harvard University concentrating in Computer Science. Previously, he worked on public policy with a team at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science by evaluating census data for the American Civil Liberties Union. Avi applied legal and quantitative analyses in the hopes of mitigating racial gerrymandering in Georgia. At the Harvard Institute of Politics, he facilitated civic discussions with Bill Kristol on the future of the Republican Party. Avi comes to the New Center with a passion for depolarizing America and helping shape the lasting values of the center.
Climate and Energy,  Economy
The $3.5 Trillion Reconciliation Bill Won’t Make Natural Disasters Less Damaging Anytime Soon
End the Debt Ceiling
Governance,  National Security
Where Did the Afghanistan “Intelligence” Come From?
Economy,  Governance,  Social Policy
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