Policy and Research Assistant
She, Her, Hers
I conduct research on a variety of issues, including immigration, child welfare, and economic and food security, to help the policy team develop recommendations that support families and promote equitable outcomes.
I do this work because
I am continuously inspired by the families and communities that push to dismantle the racial and social inequities that are deeply embedded in our society.
I am most proud of
Being able to pair my research skills with my commitment to social policy issues and contribute to CSSP’s growing body of anti-racist and intersectional work.
- Emerson National Hunger Fellow, Congressional Hunger Center
Education and Awards
- B.S. in Human Development, Cornell University
- Transatlantic Young Leadership Program Fellow, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
When the day is done
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, devouring a good book, or watching a lighthearted movie while munching on delicious pupusas from my favorite local restaurant.
- Supporting the First 1,000 Days of A Child’s Life: An Anti-Racist Blueprint for Early Childhood Well-Being and Child Welfare Prevention
- What We Owe Young Children: An Anti-Racist Policy Platform for Early Childhood
- Supporting All Our Values: How Publicly Funded, Faith-Based Child Welfare Providers and Non-Discrimination Laws Can Promote Well-Being