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The University of Alabama (Mathematics)
Louisiana State University (Master's)
As a higher education research analyst at the Education Trust, I use SPSS and Excel to analyze national datasets to better understand and present socioeconomic and racial patterns in postsecondary educational opportunity and attainment. Prior to joining Ed Trust, I worked as a program associate at the College Board in the Washington, D.C., office, where I served as the primary point of contact for conferences and meetings and supported several college readiness programs. Previously, I worked as a higher education policy intern at New America and as a program coordinator for the Office of First Year Experience at Louisiana State University.
I am a passionate higher education professional with a record of producing measurable student success outcomes for diverse student populations. Through my previous roles, I have demonstrated my ability to develop data-driven programs and student services. I have extensive experience advising high school and college students; connecting students with academic and career-oriented resources; developing academic support programs; and liaising between students, parents and high-level stakeholders.
I am a resourceful problem-solver who successfully assesses needs, identifies options and implements strategic action. As a higher education research analyst at the Education Trust, I use SPSS and Excel to analyze national datasets to better understand and present socioeconomic and racial patterns in postsecondary educational opportunity and attainment. Prior
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