Sharon Glick is a research assistant in the reproductive health and family formation area at Child Trends. In this capacity, she assists with research and coordination for the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families and the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) project. She is interested in the intersections of public policy, parenting, and family outcomes. Sharon was involved with undergraduate research related to two-generational policy, particularly concerning comprehensive family programming in the surrounding rural areas of Ithaca, NY. She recently graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Human Development, along with minors in Policy Analysis and Management, and Inequality Studies.