Elizabeth Wilke is the Tech Policy and Future of Work Researcher on LinkedIn’s Economic Graph team. She leads the team’s future of work research agenda, which is focused on surfacing insights from LinkedIn’s data – the Economic Graph – that describe how technology, demographic transitions, climate change, and other global megatrends are reshaping the labor market, and advising governments how to create economic opportunity for workers in this future context. She has over a decade of experience in domestic and international public policy research, strategic planning, program design, project management, implementation, and evaluation. She joined LinkedIn in 2018 from the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a US government foreign assistance agency, where she developed major grant programs that reduce poverty by removing barriers to investment and entrepreneurship as a Director of Economic Analysis. She received her M. Phil and PhD in Policy Analysis from the Frederick S. Pardee RAND Graduate School, and her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Texas at Austin.
All sessions by Elizabeth Wilke
Panel Webinar: STEM, Gender and the Future of Work in ROK, Japan and the U.S