Molly Kinder

Senior Advisor, Work, Workers and Technology, New America

Molly Kinder is a senior advisor with New America’s Future of Work team and the New America National Network. She is also on the faculty at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, where she is teaching a graduate seminar on the social, economic, and policy implications of AI, and a fellow at Georgetown’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation. Kinder is leading human-centered research on automation and work, including research on Uber drivers’ motivation for—and constraints to—skills and opportunity.

Authored Content

  • Feb 28 2018
    Blog Post Announcing ShiftLabs: A Community Design Lab on the Future of Work Work is more than just a paycheck. It is the way we support our families and contribute to our communities. It is our primary vehicle for economic stability, opportunity, and upward mobility. And for many of us, it is how we spend the majority of our waking hours and is a source of purpose and […] Abigail Carlton, Kristin Sharp, Molly Kinder, Rachel Korberg