Diana Gehlhaus Carew is an economist and a policy analyst.
She is currently an assistant policy researcher at RAND Corporation and a doctoral candidate at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. She is also a senior fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI). 
She works on issues related to innovation and economic growth, including regulatory policy reform and the obstacles affecting millennials.
Other interests include labor markets, education reform, post-secondary education programs, infrastructure, science, and the Internet. 
Prior to working at the PPI, Carew held positions at the Export-Import Bank of the United States and at the Bureau of Labor Statistics, where she worked on the federal government's official occupational-employment projections. 
Progressive Policy Institute
From 2011 to 2015, Carew served as a researcher and director of the Young American Prosperity Project.
She developed a new line of research for the PPI which focused on how to make young Americans globally competitive and financially secure.
The project also aims to address the rising student debt issue, as well as improve the postsecondary education system as a whole. 
Diana Carew received her Master's degree in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University. Before that, she received her Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Economics from Bucknell University. She serves on the Advisory Board for Bucknell's Institute of Public Policy.