I am a professor (tenure track) at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. My research sits at the intersections of race, gender, public schools and political behavior.
Currently, I am working on two book projects: 1) On the politics of girls and educational achievement, (forthcoming, 2019) and 2) On the politics of public school closure.
Before arriving at Duke, I held competitive research fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University and Princeton University.
In addition to research, I am a staunch advocate for girls. I am the founder of Herstory: the TWII Foundation Girls Scholarship. I have an award winning film titled, HerStory, based on this work. I was recently named one of Forbes Magazine “30 Under 30” in education for this work.
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