News & Notes
I’m excited to welcome Emily Bray as our newest collaborator and teammate at Slover Linett! In her position as Researcher, Emily will play an important role in both implementing a wide variety of research approaches and creating meaning out of complex data. As a trained community psychologist, Emily is well prepared for this work; she has extensive experience in developing and implementing a range of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies across varied settings.
Emily brings an important perspective to our firm with her deep background at the intersection of education, community development, and social change. She has spent ten years working with often-underserved groups, specifically communities of refugees, asylum seekers, and survivors of torture. For her PhD dissertation, Emily interviewed refugee-background college students to learn from their experiences and create advisory guidelines for undergraduate institutions. Emily was also the co-creator and co-facilitator of the Survivor Voice Group at the Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center. Survivor Voice is a space for survivors of torture to re-claim and share their stories for personal expression and/or public engagement.
Emily is already bringing her strong expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methods to our work at Slover Linett, supporting projects with the Levitt Foundation, the Asian Art Museum, and the Alliance for California Traditional Arts.
Please join us in welcoming Emily to the team!