Christina Branom, Ph.D.
Dr. Branom joined ASR in 2013 and has been involved in projects assessing school readiness, early childhood development, and youth development. Prior to joining ASR, she supported and directed a range of research projects in the fields of psychology and education, including research on factors contributing to gender disparities in math and science motivation and participation. In addition to research and data analysis expertise, she also has social work practice experience counseling and mentoring children and adolescents. Outside of the office, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and watching classic films. She’s also an avid baseball fan. Dr. Branom earned her MA in psychology from Stanford University and an MSW and PhD in social welfare from University of California, Berkeley.