Research Associate II
Emily Singerhouse (she/her), B.A., graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a degree in Political Science and Global Studies with a focus of human rights. In Minneapolis, she received training as a qualitative researcher with a community-based participatory research approach in the academic sector. Emily studies the issues of sexual violence, domestic violence, youth violence, human trafficking, and community wellbeing.
She is skilled in program evaluation, community planning, and technical assistance provision. Emily has experience in both qualitative and quantitative tool design, data collection, and analysis. Emily enjoys working in transdisciplinary teams, involving community-members at every step of the research process, and creating easily accessible dissemination resources. Emily has authored several publications and a book chapter; all of which offer lasting community solutions and contributions to the field.
In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time outdoors with her dog and loved ones, playing volleyball in the local league, and creating graphic designs. Emily was born and raised in Wisconsin. She currently resides in Tampa, Florida, on the traditional lands of the Seminole and Tocobaga people.