Janis KupersmidtJanis Kupersmidt

Janis Kupersmidt

Alexandria BaxterAlexandria Baxter

Alexandria Baxter

Swati BhattSwati Bhatt

Swati Bhatt

Joel BlochJoel Bloch

Joel Bloch

Karen BurnsKaren Burns

Karen Burns

Kim GosnellKim Gosnell

Kim Gosnell

Kelsey HallattKelsey Hallatt

Kelsey Hallatt

Elyse KeefeElyse Keefe

Elyse Keefe

Christina V. MalikChristina V. Malik

Christina V. Malik

Abigail MorrisonAbigail Morrison

Abigail Morrison

Madison MorrowMadison Morrow

Madison Morrow

Madison Morrow Research Assistant Madison Morrow works on multiple projects in the area of youth mentoring. The majority of her time is spent assisting in efforts to evaluate a new set of practice enhancements for mentoring programs that are designed to serve the needs of youth whose parents are incarcerated. During her undergraduate work at North Carolina State University, Madison worked with the Teen Health Lab and Forensic Psychology of the Public Interest Lab as a research assistant. She re
Alison ParkerAlison Parker

Alison Parker

Sarah RabinerSarah Rabiner

Sarah Rabiner

Liz ReederLiz Reeder

Liz Reeder

Allison SchmidtAllison Schmidt

Allison Schmidt

Tracy M. ScullTracy M. Scull

Tracy M. Scull

Rebecca StelterRebecca Stelter

Rebecca Stelter

Katie StumpKatie Stump

Katie Stump

Richard Van HornRichard Van Horn

Richard Van Horn

Ashley WebbAshley Webb

Ashley Webb

Sarah M. Rabiner, Research Scientist

Sarah M. Rabiner
Research Specialist
Master’s Degree in Education,
Lesley University

Sarah M. Rabiner, MEd., received her Masters of Education at Lesley University, where she studied Out of School Time and Curriculum Development; and her B.A. from Duke University, where she studied Sociology. Her research interests focus on children's social experiences and how these experiences affect attitudes and behaviors, particularly in the context of public education. Prior to her work at iRT, she worked on several research projects related to child development and long-term success, including the Parenting Across Cultures project with Ann Skinner (MEd.) and an evaluation of the Americas Promise Alliance with Dr. Lisa Berlin. She also helped develop, and subsequently taught, sixth grade afterschool curriculum in the Durham Public Schools. Sarah is a Research Specialist at innovation Research & Training Inc. She is currently the project coordinator for a Phase I SBIR grant to develop an afterschool program that provides a context for learning and practicing socioemotional and behavioral skills for substance abuse and aggression prevention.