Anmol Chaddha is a fellow with the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program’s Future of Work Initiative. He is also principal on the Reimagining Capitalism team at Omidyar Network, where he focuses on increasing the power of working people.
Before joining Omidyar Network, Anmol led the Equitable Futures Lab at the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, California. He managed the California Future of Work Commission created by Governor Gavin Newsom to develop a broad agenda to promote economic equity in the state. Anmol has extensive experience in policy and social science research, including economic inequality, racial inequality, low-wage work, job quality, debt, and wealth. Anmol previously worked with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he established an initiative to improve the quality of jobs in low-wage industries, led quantitative research on racial wealth inequality, and examined the rising debt burdens of low-income families.
Anmol received a doctorate in sociology and social policy from Harvard University, where he was a Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy at the Kennedy School of Government. He also received a master’s degree in sociology from Harvard University and attended the University of California, Berkeley, for his undergraduate degree.