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Appendix: Members of the Opportunity in America Advisory Panel

Contributing authors Chrystia Freeland, Douglas S. Massey, David G. Sciarra, Timothy M. (Tim) Smeeding, and Marshall S. Smith also serve on the Advisory Panel for ETS's Opportunity in America initiative. The other panel members are as follows:

Bo Cutter is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Next American Economy Project at the Roosevelt Institute.

Ron Ferguson has taught at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government for over 30 years. He is creator of the Tripod Project for School Improvement, faculty co-chair and director of the Achievement Gap Initiative at Harvard University, and was formerly the faculty co-director of the Pathways to Prosperity Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Mark Gerzon is President of Mediators Foundation, which works to increase citizen engagement and civility in politics. He is the author of several books, including the forthcoming The Reunited States of America: How We Can Bridge the Partisan Divide.

Peter Gould is Executive Vice President of District 1199C, National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees (NUHHCE), AFSCME, AFL-CIO and Vice President of NUHHE.

Wade Henderson is President and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and the Leadership Conference Education Fund. He is also a member of the ETS Board of Trustees.

Frederick M. Hess is Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute.

Kurt M. Landgraf is former President and Chief Executive Officer of Educational Testing Service.

Reynaldo F. Macías is professor of Chicana/o Studies, Education and Applied Linguistics, and a former department chair of Chicana/o studies and acting Dean of Social Sciences at UCLA.

Isabel V. Sawhill is a Senior Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution.

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