Céline Apollon

Céline Apollon

Senior Research Partner, Women in the Economy, Financial Security Program

Céline is working to create active, equitable, and effective advancement for the economic security of women across various backgrounds through qualitative and quantitative research, design, and storytelling.

Céline Apollon (she/her/elle) is a senior research partner with Women in the Economy (WE) at the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program (FSP). She is leading WE data analysis and graphic design and is co-presenting project findings with Entrepreneur in Residence Heather McCulloch to national, state and local audiences across the country.

Before joining Aspen, Céline worked at Urbane, a private community and economic development venture firm, researching and designing innovative methods to create economic opportunities for Black and Brown communities. Prior to that, she worked for two years as a data analyst at Focused Community Strategies (FCS) in Atlanta, Georgia. She holds a Master’s degree in City Planning (MCP) from the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Community Development and Urban Design and a Bachelor’s of Science (B.S.) in Economics from Georgia Institute of Technology with a minor in Sustainable Cities.

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