B.A., History, Oberlin College, 2017
M.Phil., History and Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University, 2022
Natalia Dubno Shevin is a doctoral candidate at New York University.
Her dissertation focuses on organized labor's finances in the postwar period in the United States. She is interested in how the financial decisions and ideas of private-sector labor unions relate to and reflect its priorities, particularly in regard to securing the retirements of the membership over organizing new campaigns to unionize workers of color, young workers, and women workers.
She is a Doctoral Fellow in Urban Practice this year at Gallatin's Urban Democracy Lab.
labor and work housing business and finance cities