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Deborah Meyers’ work at Carnegie focused on the management of the Canadian and Mexican borders, the U.S.-Mexico relationship, and reorganization of the structure of the U.S. immigration system. She also has worked on the worker verification system, the international refugee protection system, and U.S. immigration and refugee policy.
Prior to joining the Carnegie Endowment, Ms. Meyers was a policy analyst at the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform and a project associate for the U.S.-Mexico Binational Study on Migration. She also has served as a consultant with the Inter-American Dialogue and RAND.
Ms. Meyers earned her M.A. from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University and her B.A. from Brandeis University, where she was Phi Beta Kappa. She has published a number of working papers as well as articles in such journals as The American Review of Canadian Studies, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Bender’s Immigration Bulletin, International Peacekeeping, and South Eastern Latin Americanist. Ms. Meyers also has been interviewed on radio talk shows and for newspaper articles.