Dr. Singh is Director of the Resilience Opportunity Safety Education Strength (ROSES) Program, a randomized control trial aimed at reducing girls' crime in the juvenile justice system. The study is housed at the Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, and is being funded by the National Institute of Justice. She earned her Ph.D in Developmental Psychology at Steinhardt, NYU. Dr. Singh specializes in mixed-methods research and is committed to the explicit marriage of research and social justice. Broadly, she is interested in how youth negotiate systems of oppression and her areas of interest include student (dis)engagement, immigrant-youth, the school-to-prison pipeline, and Participatory Action Research methods.