Amy Wickett ’16
Albright Fellow 2016

Amy Wickett
Amy Wickett is a senior Economics major and a Math minor.

She worked at The Hamilton Project of The Brookings Institution in the summer of 2015, researching economic public policy. She is the recipient of a Schiff Fellowship for her thesis that analyzes the labor market implications of incarceration. She continues to work on domestic public policy issues as a Case Fellow for Professor Levine in the economics department, where she also serves as a teaching assistant. This past semester, Amy studied abroad at The University of Cambridge, focusing on economic development and completing a dissertation in economic history. On campus, she is a member of Class Council and the Multi-Faith Council. After graduation, Amy will be a research assistant in the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton, with the eventual goal of attending graduate school.