Riley Sullivan is a senior policy analyst with the New England Public Policy Center (NEPPC) in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department. He conducts analysis of regional economic and policy issues for the NEPPC. His research interests include education policy, income inequality, and urban and regional economics. Sullivan holds a master’s degree in public policy from Georgetown University and a BA in history from Boston College. Before attending graduate school, Sullivan worked at Ostiguy High School, a school in Boston for students in recovery from drug addiction. He has also worked as a research analyst for Citizens for Citizens, a community action agency in Fall River, Massachusetts.