About 20/20 Vision

20/20 Vision is an economic policy research and advocacy firm participating in the national economic policy making process. We work with legislators, academics, public interest groups, and progressive organizations via engagement in economic policy legislative and political projects with a principal focus on fiscal and financial policy.


Dana Chasin, Principal

Dana served as a policy advisor to Hillary for America for fiscal and financial policy issues. He has previously worked for U.S. Senators Hillary Clinton, Mark Dayton, Jon Tester, and Tim Johnson covering these same issues. Chasin was a Legislative and Policy Liaison for Americans for Financial Reform during the Dodd-Frank negotiations and a Senior Advisor in the Federal Fiscal Policy group at OMB Watch.

He has a professional background in law and banking, having served as an Associate in the Labor Department of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler, and as Vice President in the global project finance team at the international investment bank Société Générale. Chasin holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale College, where he majored in Philosophy and Political Science, a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School, and a Master of Public Administration degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. You can reach Dana at dana@2020visiondc.org.

Saisha Rattan, Senior Economic Policy Analyst

Saisha Rattan is an economic policy analyst at 20/20 Vision with a focus on banking, antitrust at congressional stock trading. Prior to joining 20/20 Vision, Saisha worked in political research on the 2022 midterm election cycle. As a Research Associate with Jones Mandel, she did self and opposition research for Congressional, Senatorial, and Gubernatorial campaigns. Prior to her work in politics, Saisha interned on the Hill in the Office of Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy. Saisha graduated with bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Public Policy. You can reach Saisha at saisha@2020visiondc.org.

Taylor Cole, Project and Editorial Manager

Taylor Cole is a Project Editorial Assistant at 20/20 Vision, providing support to both admin and policy teams, as well as covering the organization’s Democracy Portfolio. Taylor graduated from the University of Portland with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and minors in Spanish and Social Justice. During her time as an undergrad, she interned for a non-profit working to uplift the voices of marginalized youth in federal politics. Post graduation she interned for the Senate as a legislative intern on issues relating to democracy, economics, environment, tribal issues, and appropriations. You can reach Taylor at taylor@2020visiondc.org

Megan Westbrook, Executive Assistant and Policy Research Analyst

Megan Westbrook is an Executive Assistant at 20/20 Vision, primarily providing administrative support to our team. Megan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Peace, War, and Defense. She furthered her education at Queen Mary University of London to achieve a Master’s in International Relations in Paris, France. Following her educational career, Megan worked in the Head Office of an international non-profit which provided various opportunities for global financial market participants to continue their education in the field. You can reach Megan at megan@2020visiondc.org.

Casey Conroy, Fiscal Policy Analyst

Casey Conroy is a Fiscal Policy Analyst at 20/20 Vision. Casey graduated from American University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. While earning his undergraduate degree, Casey served as a legislative intern on the Hill in the offices of Senator Michael Bennet and Representative Jason Crow. Casey continued his education at American University by earning a Master of Public Policy. Prior to joining 20/20 Vision, Casey worked as a research assistant at D Squared Tax Strategies, a tax policy firm. Additionally, he worked as a field organizer in Colorado’s newly created 8th Congressional District during the 2022 midterm election cycle. You can reach Casey at casey@2020visiondc.org.

Nick Kelly, Economic Policy Analyst

Nick Kelly is an Economic Policy Analyst at 20/20 Vision with a focus on housing, industrial policy, and educational finance. Nick graduated from Oberlin College with his bachelor’s in Political Science and went on to study at the University of Michigan, where he obtained his Master’s in Public Policy. He previously worked in a variety of roles, including legislative work for the State of Michigan and campaign work in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. You can reach Nick at nick@2020visiondc.org

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