Beth Shulman is Co-Chair of the Fairness Initiative on Low-Wage Work and a Senior Fellow at Demos.<br />
Shulman is author of <em>The Betrayal of Work: How Low-Wage Jobs Fail 30 Million Americans</em>. Shulman’s subsequent articles have been published in <em>The Washington Post Outlook Section</em>, the <em>Wilson Quarterly</em> and John Edwards’ anthology, <em>Ending Poverty in America: How to Restore the American Dream</em>. Shulman has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs including <em>Oprah</em>, PBS’ <em>Now with Bill Moyers</em>, CNN's <em>Lou Dobbs Tonight</em>, <em>ABC Nightly News</em> and NPR's <em>Talk of the Nation</em> and <em>Marketplace</em>.<br />
Shulman speaks throughout the country on low-wage work, inequality, workplace issues, business-labor relations, work/family conflicts, unemployment, employment discrimination and the role of unions in our society.<br />
Shulman received an undergraduate degree in philosophy from the University of California at Los Angeles and a law degree from Georgetown Law Center.