Ian Schwab is the Director of Advocacy and Impact Strategy for the Enough Project responsible for providing strategic direction and results for the Enough Project's advocacy agenda.
Prior to coming to Enough, Ian was the Associate Director of Advocacy for American Jewish World Service (AJWS), an International development and human rights organization. While at AJWS, he led all policy and advocacy related to Sudan and South Sudan, Haiti and international debt with a particular focus on the issue of vulture funds. Ian was the chair for the Haiti Advocacy Working Group (HAWG) directing its successful advocacy on a variety of legislation including the passage of the Assessing Progress in Haiti Act of 2014 as well as efforts to achieve a just resolution to the introduction of cholera to Haiti by UN peacekeepers. In addition to his work in policy and government affairs in Washington, Ian is an experienced community organizer leading campaigns on living wage, payday lending and predatory mortgage lending with Illinois People's Action.
Ian holds an MS in Political Science from Illinois State University through the Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development and a BA in Political Science from Rutgers University.