Gabriel Zucker

Fellow, Public Interest Technology

Gabriel Zucker is a Public Interest Technology fellow at New America.

Zucker has nearly a decade of experience in the evaluation, design, and implementation of progressive policy. He previously worked on healthcare access and homeless services at the Department of Veterans Affairs as a member of the U.S. Digital Service; as a leader of the campaign to end veteran homelessness in Connecticut; and as a researcher implementing randomized controlled trials of public policy at MIT. He is currently director of research at progressive voter turnout organization VoteTripling.org.

Zucker holds a BA from Yale where he double majored in ethics, politics, & economics and music, and a Master's in applied statistics from Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He grew up and lives in New York City.