At Good Jobs New York, Bettina Damiani has worked to bring more transparency and public participation to the use of subsidies for large economic development projects. Her research has looked at the allocation of federal funds after the attacks at the World Trade Center site and the subsidies for a new Yankee Stadium. Before joining GJNY, she worked for New York City Public Advocate Mark Green and the Coalition for the Homeless. She has a BA in communications and peace studies from Manhattan College and a master's degree in urban affairs from Hunter College. She is also a recipient of the 2006-2007 Revson Fellowship at Columbia University.
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