Sabrina Sedovic

Associate Researcher (Data Engineer)

Sabrina Sedovic is an Associate Researcher (Data Engineer) at Chapin Hall. She is interested in creating accessible data systems that can be used to improve the lives of children and families and helping policymakers and organizations use analytical tools effectively to create positive change for youths. Sedovic’s current work includes building and maintaining extract, transform, load (ETL) pipelines to process administrative data. Sedovic also aids in creating visualizations and participating in data analysis to improve data use by organizations that seek to improve the wellbeing of children and families.

Before joining Chapin Hall, Sedovic worked as a Research and Policy Fellow at After School Matters, where she analyzed program data to create weekly reports and end-of-session overviews. She also previously worked as a Research Assistant at NORC, where she completed data collection and validation for post-secondary education projects.

Sedovic holds a Master of Science in Computational Analysis and Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Mathematics and Educational Studies from Washington University in St. Louis.

Master of Science in Computational Analysis and Public Policy, University of Chicago

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Educational Studies, Washington University in St. Louis