Kendra Clark

Senior Research Associate

I recently earned my Ph.D. from University of Colorado Boulder where my research was funded by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. During graduate school I worked as a research assistant for numerous projects including the LoneStar Project—an NIJ funded study examining gangs and reentry experiences. I enjoy all aspects of research; however, data collection and analysis are where I thrive the most.

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Sociology from CU Boulder
  • M.A. in Sociology from CU Boulder
  • B.S. in Sociology and Psychology from Baker University

Research Interests

  • Incarceration, reentry, and recidivism
  • Quantitative methodologies
  • Cultures and subcultures
  • Gangs
  • Justice-involved women, families, and children

Current Projects

  • Hildago County Emerging Adults Strategy (HCEAS)
  • Developmental Reentry for Emerging Adult Management (DREAM)