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Articles by Jake Ford

Jake Ford

Jacob Ford is a first year Master of Public Policy student from Pittsburgh. He majored in mathematics at Allegheny College, then moved to Washington, DC to work as a financial analyst. His policy interests include political economy, income mobility, and microfinancing. In his spare time, Jake enjoys exploring new areas of DC, playing guitar, and whittling down on the endless list of classics on his bookshelf.


The Uncertainty Series: Interview with Chris Lu

Editor-in-Chief Jake Ford and Senior Interview Editor Disraeli Smith sit down with former Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu. Jake, Disraeli and Chris discuss the huge amount of uncertainty in our labor markets (including jobs, wage growth, and trade), tactics to grow the economy and future of labor, as well as public service.  

Interview with José Diaz-Balart

Editor in Chief Jake Ford and Senior Interview Editor Disraeli Smith sit with legendary broadcaster José Diaz-Balart. Jake and Disraeli talk about diversity in public policy, uncertainty and how to overcome divisiveness in politics. Plus, in a GPPR podcast first, José asks us a question!  

Interview with Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro

Senior Interview Editor Disraeli Smith and Editor-in-Chief Jake Ford and sit down with Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro from Connecticut. The group discusses the Congresswoman’s book The Least Among Us, her role in protecting the country’s social safety net, public service, the GPPR theme of Uncertainty and more 

Introducing the 2018 Spring Theme: Uncertainty

Today’s policy making resembles a maze. From polling to governing, the field of public policy is facing a crisis of both confidence and direction. Policy makers are challenged with answering not only how we arrived here, but the much more pressing question of, now what? As the Georgetown Public Policy Review highlighted last year in the…