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Jeff Hauser and Eleanor Eagan

Jeff Hauser and Eleanor Eagan

Jeff Hauser is the founder and director of the Revolving Door Project, which scrutinizes executive branch appointees to ensure they use their office to serve the broad public interest, rather than to entrench corporate power or seek personal advancement. He is regularly cited by a broad array of media outlets, including Bloomberg, Politico, Washington Post, The Hill, Daily Beast, Roll Call, Congressional Quarterly magazine, National Journal, Vice, The Guardian, and The Intercept. Before founding the Revolving Door Project in 2015, Hauser spent more than three years leading the AFL-CIO’s political media, economic policy outreach, and labor communications for their immigration reform campaign.

Eleanor Eagan holds a B.A. in International Politics and Economics from Middlebury College. While at Middlebury, Eleanor was also involved in the school's Privilege and Poverty program which encouraged students to consider the ethics of inequality through classroom and extracurricular experiences. She has spent time abroad in France and Morocco for a gap year and school study abroad, respectively. Her academic and professional work has spanned a diverse set of topics, including migration, mass incarceration, financial services, and international development. Eleanor is passionate about economic justice and eager to help advance a vision for a political and economic system that serves all people.