Rachel Orey is Associate Director of the Bipartisan Policy Center Elections Project where they are responsible for the organization’s election administration policy development, state and federal advocacy efforts, and the BPC Task Force on Elections. Their research focuses on evidence-based and data-driven reforms that meaningfully improve our elections ecosystem. Orey has served as an expert source for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Politico, VoteBeat, and more. They obtained their Master of Public Policy and Certificate of Data Science from George Washington University.
Panel from Democracy Summit:
The Threats to Democracy
“The incentives are moving away from fostering trust in democratic culture and toward temporary political gain, which has extremely troublesome consequences for the future of U.S. democracy.” -Source