Areas of Expertise: Food Assistance
Rosenbaum is a Senior Fellow who joined the Center in 2000.
Her work focuses primarily on federal and state issues in SNAP as well as issues that involve the coordination of food stamps and other state-administered health and income security programs, such as Medicaid, TANF, and child care.
In addition, Rosenbaum has expertise on the federal budget and budget process.
Before joining the Center, Rosenbaum was a budget analyst at the Congressional Budget Office for six years.
She projected federal spending and provided Congress with cost estimates for a variety of programs including: SNAP, Medicaid, the State Children's Health Insurance Program, Child Nutrition, and Elementary and Secondary Education.
She has a Masters degree in Public Policy from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.
- SNAP Costs Starting to Fall, Almost Certain to Fall Further
- Summary of the 2014 Farm Bill Nutrition Title: Includes Bipartisan Improvements to SNAP While Excluding Harsh House Provisions
- November 1 SNAP Cuts Will Affect Millions of Children, Seniors, and People With Disabilities
- Cuts Contained in SNAP Bill Coming to the House Floor Would Affect Millions of Low-Income Americans
- House Leadership SNAP Proposal Would Eliminate Food Assistance for 4 Million to 6 Million Low-Income People