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Zachary Bleemer, Harvard University
Harriet Brookes-Gray, Princeton University
Christopher Campos, Princeton University
Melissa Chiu, National Academies of Science Engineering Medicine
Jonathan M. Colmer, University of Virginia
Julian Costas-Fernandez, University College London
Korin Davis, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Jonathan Eggleston, U.S. Census Bureau
Amanda Eng, US Census Bureau
Nate Falck, Bell Creek Consulting
Jose-Alberto Guerra, Universidad de los Andes
Bradley Hardy, Georgetown University
Elizabeth A. Hipple
Kendall A. Houghton, Census
Elisabeth S. Jacobs, Urban Institute
Kosar Jahani, Gates Foundation
Malay K. Majmundar, National Academics Sciences Engineering Medicine
Myra Mohnen, University of Ottawa
Fabian T. Pfeffer, University of Michigan
Alexander A. Smith, West Point
Matthew Snipp, Stanford University
Kelly N. Vosters, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Brennan Williams, University of Virginia

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