Emma Williams-Baron joined IWPR in September 2015 as a Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellow, after graduating from Reed College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in May 2015. Prior to joining IWPR, she worked at the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women as a Legislative Intern, and with Professor Alexandra Hrycak as a research assistant. Emma’s quantitative senior thesis investigates the gendered experiences of adolescent work, and the impacts of those experiences on young men and women’s aspirations and expectations for their future education, occupation, family, and work-life balance trajectories. Her research interests span work-life tensions, occupational segregation, economic security, and intersectional approaches to research.
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