Kids Count Director
Nancy Wagman is the Kids Count Director at the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center and also oversees all of MassBudget’s research. Her own research focus is on children’s issues, health care, federal policy, and non-tax revenues in the state budget.
Prior to joining MassBudget, Nancy held several positions in the Massachusetts Senate Post Audit and Oversight Bureau; she was also a policy and program analyst at the state Department of Public Health; she was a WIC program director in a community health center; she was the planner and advocacy coordinator at a large community-based human services agency; and has been a special education advocate.
Nancy holds a B.A. from Oberlin College and an M.C.P. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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