A partnership between researchers at Poverty Solutions and Princeton University’s Center for Research on Child Wellbeing, Understanding Deep Disadvantage seeks to unpack poverty beyond income-based measures to other dimensions of disadvantage, including health and social mobility.
Data and Evaluation Manager
Natalie Peterson manages data and evaluation projects at Poverty Solutions, including those related to the Detroit Partnership on Economic Mobility. She previously was a research assistant with Poverty Solutions and a summer policy associate in the City of Detroit’s Planning and Development Department. Before graduate school, she worked as a program assistant at PhRMA in Washington, D.C., and provided research assistance to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and Center for Civil Justice. She has a master’s degree in public policy and a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in moral and political philosophy, both from the University of Michigan.