Michael Fubini started his career as a policy research assistant with the immigration policy team at the Center for American Progress. Following that, he served as a policy analyst for the government of Rhode Island in the Department of Business Regulation, specializing in consumer protection, job creation, and small business development initiatives. He then transitioned to another state government agency, the Division of Public Utilities, where he focused on expanding labor market information access to utility services, modernizing the utility grid, and spurring the development and uptake of clean energy technologies. Michael earned his bachelor’s degree in English and philosophy at Vassar College. He is dedicated to and passionate about civil service and effective state and local policymaking.