Sehej Singh is an Associate in the Equity, Education & Community Change Division experienced in mixed-methods social policy research focusing on child welfare, criminal justice, and immigration policy. Her passion lies in research that works to dismantle systems of oppression and to empower underserved communities. Prior to joining SPR, she worked at multiple non-profits serving under-resourced communities such as the Center for Children & Youth Justice and the International Rescue Committee. More recently, she conducted two evaluations on community impact and integrating equity into social programs at Columbia Legal Services and the Office of Evaluation Sciences. Sehej received her Master in Public Administration at the University of Washington, Seattle and her B.A. in International Relations at the University of Southern California.