Angela Sander is an Associate Researcher at Chapin Hall. She currently serves as the Project Coordinator for the Empowering Families, Aligning Systems, and Enhancing Practice: Evaluating Community Approaches to Preventing or Mitigating Toxic Stress project team. In her role, she handles day-to-day logistics and task management, as well as qualitative data collection and analysis. Sander previously worked on qualitative data collection and analysis for multiple projects at Chapin Hall, including the City Year Chicago Evaluation, the Fussy Baby Network FAN Evaluation, the NL READS Evaluation, and the Duke Endowment Grant Making Review.
Before joining Chapin Hall, Sander worked as a Program Assistant for the University of Chicago’s Upward Bound program. She also worked as an AmeriCorps Member for City Year Chicago, where she served sixth through eighth grade students in an English/Language Arts classroom in the North Lawndale neighborhood.
Sander is a graduate of the Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. Her coursework focused on education policy, education reform, and qualitative methods. Prior to attending the University of Chicago, she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at Case Western Reserve University.
Master of Arts in Social Sciences, University of Chicago
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Case Western Reserve University