OUR STAFF | RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
Chloe Rinehart works on Public Agenda’s research projects throughout all stages of project development, including project design, administration and management, data collection, analysis and report writing. She is experienced in conducting interviews and focus groups, is versed in both qualitative and quantitative techniques, and is fluent in Spanish..
Chloe earned her B.A. in Government and Latin American Studies from Wesleyan University. In the 2013-14 academic year, she conducted primary research in Ecuador for her senior thesis “Obstacles to Uptake: The Case of Ecuador’s Conditional Cash Transfer Program, the Bono de Desarrollo Humano.” Her thesis, which focused on the challenges facing state-led social assistance programs and educational and health services in Ecuador and across Latin America, was awarded University Honors, the highest academic honor for an undergraduate.
At Public Agenda, her particular focuses have included: research and evaluation of participatory budgeting across the United States and Canada; the public’s views on inequality and opportunity, nationally and in the New York Metro area; the cost of health care; charter schools; and more.