Previous Degrees: George Washington University, 1998, BA, Sociology; University of New Hampshire, 2004, MA, Sociology; Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy, 2007, MPP
I am both a graduate of the school and a current employee of EJB. During my MPP tenure, I concentrated on Social Policy. After graduation I was employed at the Monmouth University Polling Institute for two and a half years until I returned in January of 2010 to serve as Assistant Director of Research at the Bloustein Center for Survey Research (BCSR). In my professional life, I have concentrated primarily on quantitative methods, but for my PhD studies I plan to explore qualitative research, especially ethno-methodology and qualitative interviewing.
Teaching and TA Experience:
- Undergraduate Statistics – Spring 2004