Areas of Expertise: Food Assistance
Neuberger, a Senior Policy Analyst, joined the Center in May 2001. She works on nutrition assistance programs.
Neuberger provides analytic and technical assistance on child nutrition programs such as WIC and school lunches to policymakers and state-level non-profit groups.
Previously she worked as an analyst at the White House Office of Management and Budget, where she was responsible for oversight of over $30 billion in federal spending on TANF, child care, child nutrition, WIC, and low-income tax credits.
She holds a law degree from Yale University and a Master in Public Policy degree from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
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- Commentary: Is Congress About to Undercut Progress Against Childhood Obesity?
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