Noah Berger advances Casey’s efforts to inform, guide and influence public policy at the state and federal levels. Before joining the Foundation, Berger was President of MassBudget, a nonpartisan policy organization. MassBudget’s research and analysis helped shape debates on policies to help families, including paid family and medical leave, earned paid sick days, a $15 an hour minimum wage and tax reforms that generated revenue for public services families rely on. Earlier in his career, Berger served as policy director for the Massachusetts Senate Ways and Means Committee and as counsel and policy director for the Massachusetts Senate President.
Director, Policy Reform and Advocacy
Annie E. Casey Foundation