Megan Martin leads CSSP’s public policy work, which helps federal and state elected officials develop policies, funding and practice in ways that help ensure better results for children and families.
Premilla Nadasen is a Visiting Associate Professor of History and is affiliated with the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. Her research and teaching interests include women and gender, race, public policy, labor, poverty, and social movements
Carrie Nordlund joined Brown University and the Watson Institute in February 2016 as Associate Director of Public Policy, and is the senior administrator for the MPA program.
My research and teaching focus on women’s experiences in political institutions and the impact of public policies on women’s lives.
Katherine Tate is Professor of Political Science at Brown University where she researches and teaches in the areas of public opinion, public policy, ethnic and gender politics and studies legislation and the American political system.