Suzanne Wulach is a Technical Research Analyst at the Research Alliance for New York City Schools. Suzanne contributes statistical analyses to a variety of Research Alliance projects. She has also conducted fieldwork and qualitative analyses for the Research Alliance’s evaluation of the Expanded Success Initiative, which aims to improve college readiness among NYC’s Black and Latino young men.
Previously, Suzanne was the Research Alliance’s Research Administrator. In that role, she managed the Research Alliance’s business operations, with a focus on grants and finance, and led the administrative/operations team.
Suzanne was part of a team that advised the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene with an economic evaluation of the Ryan White Part A grant, which acts as a “funder of last resort” for individuals living with AIDS & HIV in New York City. Prior to joining the Research Alliance, Suzanne held a yearlong Hindi language fellowship, and worked on programming and grants management at the Asian Cultural Council.
Suzanne holds an M.P.A. in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, with a specialization in policy analysis from the NYU Wagner School of Public Service and a B.A. from Barnard College in history and Asian & Middle Eastern cultures.