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 Benefit Boost in 2009 Recovery Act Provided Economic Stimulus and Reduced Hardship
- State Innovations in Horizontal Integration: Leveraging Technology for Health and Human Services
- House Budget Would Slash SNAP by $125 Billion Over Ten Years
- Lessons Churned: Measuring the Impact of Churn in Health and Human Services Programs on Participants and State and Local Agencies
- SNAP Costs Declining, Expected to Fall Much Further