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Emily Franchett

PhD in Psychology and Social Intervention


Program: PhD in Psychology and Social Intervention

Year Entered Program: 2022

Research Interests: Early child development, youth development, multigenerational approaches to promote early child development, program evaluation, implementation science

Principal Advisor(s): Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa

Research Description/Bio:

Emily Franchett is a doctoral student in the Psychology and Social Intervention program at NYU Steinhardt. She is interested in designing and evaluating interventions, including multigenerational approaches, to promote early child and youth development and reduce inequities in human development across the life course. Prior to joining NYU, Emily worked in community-based health, education, and youth development programming with Peace Corps Albania and supported evaluations of early childhood and youth development programs in Rwanda and Pakistan. She received her BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan and SM in Global Health and Population Studies from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.

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