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Our Team

Our team is a group of world-class analysts, organizers, and former executives, with a few ex-politicians thrown into the mix.

In nearly every successful pension reform effort from around the country over the past decade, you can find the fingerprints from one or more of Equable's staff and board members. What unites us all is an ethos of collaborative problem solving, a willingness to take on complex problems, and a desire to see everyone enjoy the retirement they worked so hard to secure.

Anthony Randazzo

Executive Director

Anthony works with stakeholders around the country to build collaborative approaches to complex political and financial problems. He was formerly managing director of the Pension Integrity Project and director of economic research at Reason Foundation. Anthony graduated from New York University with a multidisciplinary M.A. in behavioral political economy.

Jonathan Moody

Vice President for Research

Jon heads up all analytics and research at Equable. Most recently he was a research officer at The Pew Charitable Trust where he coordinated research on state rainy day funds, state fiscal management, and broader state budget policy. Jon holds a Ph.D. in political science from Penn State University with a special focus on research methodology and political communications.

Caryn Morgan

Director of Partnerships

Caryn oversees all grant making operations at Equable. She has worked in operations and development roles across a range of education policy organizations, including the Fordham Institute and National Council on Teacher Quality. Caryn graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in family social science.

Sam Shaw

Director of Communications

Sam manages communications at Equable. Prior to joining the team at Equable, she worked on New York state-level political campaigns in strategic communications and community outreach roles, including former Assemblywoman Christine Pellegrino’s re-election campaign. There she led bipartisan coalition-building initiatives with public-sector unions and advocacy groups. Sam graduated from New York University with an interdisciplinary B.A. in communications and identity.