Hannah Winslow is a research analyst at Child Trends for Program Implementation Matters. As an undergraduate student at Colgate University, Hannah was also a psychological research assistant. In this role, she explored topics in areas such as gender, prejudice, and racism.
In addition to her work in psychology, Hannah co-led an after-school tutoring program for elementary school students living in the second most impoverished county in Upstate New York. This experience, coupled with her research, made Hannah passionate about implementing research findings in effective, meaningful ways. During her senior thesis research, she designed and executed her own study examining the relationship between implicit racial biases and social invisibility.
In the future, Hannah plans to pursue a graduate degree in psychology.