Magazine article The Small Business Advocate

Advocacy Welcomes New Economists

Magazine article The Small Business Advocate

Advocacy Welcomes New Economists

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Lindsay Scherber has joined Advocacy as a regulatory economist. Scherber recently earned her master of public policy degree from George Washington University, with a concentration in regulatory policy. Her master's work included analysis of many important issues, including minimum wage proposals, payday lending reform and proposed amendments to SEC Regulation A (small business exemptions).

Schcrber's professional background includes a fellowship last summer at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs's Food, Health and Labor Branch; three years working for a Washington, D.C., law firm as finance coordinator and litigation paralegal; and a stint in the Washington State Attorney General's office as a consumer complaint analyst.

Scherber has interned in the U.S. House of Representatives and worked on political campaigns. She received her BA in politics and government from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA.

Richard Schwinn, Ph.D., has joined Advocacy as a research economist. Most recently, Schwinn was a statistical consultant for a Chicago startup company with over $1 billion in capital, where he provided statistical research, analysis and advice. At the startup, he also performed financial research and developed and presented statistical and economic models. Schwinn also served as a faculty instructor at Northeastern Illinois University and a visiting lecturer at Loyola University and the University of Illinois, where he taught various courses in economic subjects. …

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