Jeremy Rosen serves as Director of Economic Justice at the Shriver Center on Poverty Law. Jeremy is a career civil and human rights lawyer. Most recently, he helped form the Iowa Housing Partnership—Iowa’s first statewide affordable housing coalition. While Executive Director of the ACLU of Iowa, he fought for workplace justice and other civil rights and liberties issues. Before moving to Iowa, Jeremy spent 15 years in Washington D.C. doing legal and lobbying work to ensure people with low income and people experiencing homelessness could access public benefits and affordable housing. Jeremy worked to ensure people were not criminalized simply for being homeless. He began his career as a public benefits attorney with Legal Services of Greater Miami. In his spare time, Jeremy has coached Little League Baseball for 17 years.
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