Marisol Kevelson is a senior research project manager in the Policy Evaluation and Research Center at ETS. Her research at ETS focuses on interventions to improve the outcomes of vulnerable populations, including students from marginalized populations lacking access to high-quality educational opportunities. Her research interests also include equitable teaching and assessment, educational policy, and social and emotional learning. Her areas of expertise include quantitative analysis of large-scale data, mixed-method research, and impact and implementation program evaluations. Her previous experience includes program evaluation at a consulting firm, policy research at the federal department of education, grantmaking at a private foundation, management of educational intervention programs, and direct service work for social services organizations. An active member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and proposal reviewer, she came to ETS as an AERA-ETS postdoctoral fellow and is currently the principle investigator on a study funded by an AERA research grant. In addition to a doctorate in sociology and education from Teachers College, Columbia University, she also holds masters' degrees in developmental psychology and public administration from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.