Robert Shull

Robert Shull

Program Director for Workers' Rights, Public Welfare Foundation

2018 Economic Security Summit Participant

Since 2008, Bob has been the Public Welfare Foundation’s Program Director for Workers’ Rights, running a grant-making portfolio aimed at improving working conditions for low-wage workers.

An experienced advocate for systemic reform, consumer protection and good government at the national, state, and local levels, Bob served previously as deputy director for Auto Safety and Regulatory Policy at Public Citizen, the consumer advocacy organization. His portfolio there included auto and truck safety, and fuel economy. Prior to his work at Public Citizen, Bob served as director of regulatory policy at OMB Watch, where he built and led a coalition of labor, green, consumer, faith-based, and human needs groups in major legislative advocacy campaigns.

Bob was a participant at the 2018 Economic Security Summit, which was held July 9-12, 2018, in Aspen, Colorado.