Regina Fuller, Doctoral Candidate and Researcher
You can’t improve what you don’t measure.
Since beginning my career as Family Engagement Advocate in a 4k public school in South Carolina, I have seen the power of harnessing data and the lived experiences of communities to strengthen equity. In my work as a program evaluator and qualitative researcher, I have collaborated with diverse communities across Africa and the US on projects ranging from early childhood education, public health financing, and equity in program evaluation.
I believe ethnography and an an attentive ear are integral tools to listening to and working with marginalized communities. I am driven by the core belief that data can shine a light on society’s biggest problems and provide a way forward.
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Regina Fuller is an researcher, ethnographer, and project manager in education policy and public health.