Elizabeth Debraggio is a Research Associate at IESP. Currently she is studying the academic performance of immigrant children, the effects of mobility on the achievement of students in New York City, and the ways neighborhood and community factors affect local schools and students. Prior to joining IESP, she worked as a Research Assistant in the Industrial Relations and Education Research Sections at Princeton University, and previously worked at Goldman Sachs. As an undergraduate, she conducted research on the labor market outcomes of immigrants for the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center at Hamilton College and spent a year studying at Oxford University. She graduated magna cum laude from Hamilton College with a concentration in economics and minor in philosophy.