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Andrea Kane

The National Campaign

Andrea
Kane is the senior director of policy and partnerships at the National
Campaign, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting
values, behavior and policies that reduce both teen pregnancy and unplanned
pregnancy among young adults. She is responsible for the National Campaign’s
work on public policy, as well as partnerships with a wide range of
national, state and local organizations.  From 2001 through 2008,
she was affiliated with the Brookings Institution’s Center on Children
and Families in various capacities.  Before joining the National
Campaign in 2001, Kane served at the White House Domestic Policy Council
as a special assistant to President Clinton.  She has also worked
at the National Governors’ Association, and at the state and local
level in California, Texas, and Virginia.  She studied Government
at Smith College, received a BA from Cornell University and an MPA from
the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. 


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Common Ground Goes to College

Andrea Kane

One exciting provision in recently introduced common ground legislation hasn't gotten much attention, but should. The Ryan DeLauro bill would authorize $15 million a year for community colleges to develop and test innovative approaches to prevent unplanned pregnancy.

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