Indian-American Pranita Gupta has been named a special assistant to US President Joe Biden on the Council of Domestic Help for Labor and Labor. According to the release, Pranita Gupta was the director of the job quality team at the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP). He advocated policies to improve job quality, strengthen labor safety, and increase economic security for work for workers from low-income families.
Olivia Golden, executive director of the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), said, “She is an extraordinary leader who puts low-income people at the core of her work. I can’t think of anyone else who is president To help advance Biden’s important agenda. ”
Golden said, ‘During his four-year tenure as the director of CLASP, he made a mark at the national level. He definitely pushed policies to improve the jobs of low-paid workers. ‘ He added, “At CLASP they built a tremendously effective team. This team played an important role to pay for medical leave and sick days.”
During the second term of the Obama administration, Pronita Gupta was deputy director of the Women’s Bureau at the US Department of Labor from April 2014 to January 2017. In this role, she worked to advance and improve standards, practices and opportunities for women. She has also previously worked as the Women’s Donors Network (WDN).