I obtained my B.A. in Social Work with a Minor in Women's Studies from Cleveland State State University in May 2006.
Originally from Coldwater, Michigan, Ryan has lived in New Orleans for the past three years with his wife, Madison.
Born and raised in the New Orleans area, Danica is right at home in Tulane's City, Culture and Community doctoral program.
Karina is originally from Southern California, where she received her BA honors degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Clare loves to rock climb, bike, and have coffee with friends. She received her B.A. from Scripps College of the Claremont Consortium.
Jesse Chanin is a doctoral student in Tulane University's City, Culture, and Community department in the Sociology track.
Originally from Destin, Florida, Wesley received his B.A. in Community, Culture and the Built Environment from the University of Alabama's New College program in 2001.
Since 2000, Lucas has worked in the non-profit and public sectors. He holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of New Orleans and a BA in English for Loyola University.
Originally from Oakland, California, Annie has lived in New Orleans since 2011. Annie received her B.A. from Scripps College in Claremont, CA where she double majored in Psychology and Theater.
Isaac Freitas is currently a second-year doctoral student in the sociology track of the City, Culture, and Community program at Tulane University.
Jocelyn Horner is a third-year doctoral student in City, Culture and Community at Tulane University, with an emphasis on social work.
Cate Irvin is a doctoral student in Tulane University's City, Culture, and Community department, in the Sociology track.
Originally hailing from Pensacola, Florida, Tait is delighted to find herself back on the Gulf Coast. Her research interests are rooted in the sociology of higher education. Tait earned her M.A.
Arianna King was born in Ithaca, New York but spent the majority of her formative years in a rural area in the central part of the great state Maine. After receiving her B.A.
Dena Lagomarsino is a first-year resident of New Orleans and doctoral student in Tulane's City, Culture, and Community doctoral program.
Originally from Paterson/Clifton, New Jersey, Vicky has been a resident of New Orleans since 2007. Vicky obtained her B.S.
Originally from Logan, Utah, Jessica Liddell completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Reed College, in Portland, Oregon.
Estilla is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico in Theater Performance. She is a double threat, but cannot dance.
Brian is our newest postdoctural fellow. He is focusing his research on Highly Vulnerable Children.
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Maggie left the blizzard-prone, post-industrial stronghold to pursue her undergraduate degree at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Originally from Austin, Texas, Alicia has lived in New Orleans since 2006. Alicia obtained a BA in Sociology from Tulane in 2010, where she focused primarily on studying marriage and childrearing.
Originally from Alexandria, La., Katie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Louisiana Tech University in May 2007.
A native of Philadelphia, Megha received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University in 2000 and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylv
Raised in Princeton, N.J, Brad has lived in New Orleans for the past 12 years with his wife and three daughters.
Heidi Schmalbach was born in Stockbridge, MA, and spent her formative years in Minneapolis and San Antonio.
Emily Starr is originally from Claremont, California where she received her bachelor's in Sociology at the University of La Verne and her Masters in American Studies at California State University
Jordan's background is in architecture with a focus on sustainable designs and adaptive reuse in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Sarah Woodward is a proud New Orleans native. Her research interests include the intersections between art, technology, and education in improving outcomes for youth and their communities.