Bryann DaSilva joined the Center in June 2014 as a Research Associate with the Federal Fiscal Policy division.
Prior to joining the Center, he worked on budget and finance for the City of Newark, New Jersey, and in human resources for the White House Office of Presidential Personnel.
He holds a Master of Public Policy degree from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a B.A. in Public Policy Studies and Economics from Vanderbilt University.
- Tax Foundation Figures Do Not Represent Typical Households’ Tax Burdens
- Difference Between Economic Growth Rates and Treasury Interest Rates Significantly Affects Long-Term Budget Outlook
- Letting Key Provisions of Working-Family Tax Credits Expire Would Push 16 Million People Into or Deeper Into Poverty
- Working-Family Tax Credits Help Over 1 Million Veteran and Armed-Forces Families
- House Child Tax Credit Bill Leaves Behind Millions of Low-Income Working Families