Lucia Del Puppo joined FM3 Research in 2015 as a Research Associate. Lucia’s research areas have included early childhood education, environmental health, and local finance measures funding city services, schools, parks, and transportation. In the 2016 election cycle, Lucia worked on Proposition V and Measure HH, establishing sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in San Francisco and Oakland, Proposition 52, to establish a Medi-Cal fee guaranteeing funding for 13 million patients, Proposition 59 to empower the State Legislature to overturn Citizens United, and Sound Transit 3, a $54 billion bond measure to expand public transit in the Puget Sound region.
Lucia’s prior experience includes providing policy research for the San Francisco Human Services Agency and the San Francisco Planning Department, as well as working as a systems and management consultant for federal agencies at Accenture.
Lucia received a Master’s of Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science in Decision Science from Carnegie Mellon University.