Company Overview of Center for American Progress
Center for American Progress (CAP) provides research and policy advocacy services focusing on American economy, budget, tax policies, national defense, education, and civil rights. The company organizes political forums, conducts discussions and debates, analyses and prepares reports on policy proposals, and publishes periodicals. CAP was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.
1333 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Center for American Progress
Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Finance and Operations
Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President, and General Counsel
Senior Vice President, Senior Fellow, and Director of Security and Peace Initiative
Senior Vice President for Domestic Policy
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Center for American Progress Key Developments
Center for American Progress Announces Executive Changes
Nov 24 14
The Center for American Progress announced that Marshall Fitz has been named Vice President for Immigration Policy. Fitz will direct CAP's immigration team, a position previously held by Angela Kelley, who is on leave. Before holding his current position as Director of Immigration policy for CAP, he served as the director of advocacy for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, where he led the education and advocacy efforts on all immigration policy issues for the 11,000-member professional bar association.
Donna Barry to Join Center American Progress as the Director of Women's Health and Rights Program
Nov 4 13
Center American Progress (CAP) announced that Donna Barry will join the organization as the Director of CAP's Women's Health and Rights program. In this role, Barry will lead CAP's efforts to develop and advance policies that ensure that women have an equal opportunity to live healthy and economically secure lives by making the best health choices for themselves and their families. She will also work with CAP's policy and communications teams to combine long-term strategic thinking with rapid-response communications around issues of importance to the reproductive health, rights, and justice community.
Aneesh Chopra and Nish Acharya Join Center for American Progress as Senior Fellows
Sep 26 13
The Center for American Progress announced that Aneesh Chopra, former U.S. chief technology officer and assistant to the president, and Nish Acharya, the former director of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Department of Commerce will join the organization as Senior Fellows. Both Chopra and Acharya will be contributing to CAP's innovation portfolio, developing policies that contribute to competitiveness and growth. Chopra previously served as Virginia's secretary of technology and has returned as a senior advisor with The Advisory Board Company helping hospital executives to better serve patients, where he previously served as managing director. Nish Acharya recently left the Obama administration, where he was appointed by President Obama as the director of innovation and entrepreneurship and senior advisor to the secretary of commerce.
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