Saúl Rivera is a Project Associate at Chapin Hall. He works closely with several teams that serve areas from New Mexico, Colorado, Nebraska, and Chicago. Rivera provides project support by collecting and managing data and reviewing documents and translations. He supports the Office of the Director of Research in day-to-day tasks. Rivera helps to manage the Joint Research Fund and is also an Editorial Assistant for the Journal of Child and Family studies.
Prior to coming to Chapin Hall, Rivera worked as a Prevention Specialist at OMNI Youth Services. There, he supported youth education by gathering and analyzing data to maximize efficient prevention services. Rivera worked to ensure that services were trauma-informed and well-suited to fit the needs of communities.
Rivera received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with much of his coursework focused on Diversity Science.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign