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Allison Helmuth, Research Analyst

Allison Suppan Helmuth is a Research Analyst and former Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellow.  She joined IWPR in 2008, where she manages data and provides critical assistance in data collection, coding, and analysis principally for the Institute’s “Doubly Displaced: Women and Public Housing after Hurricane Katrina” project.  Her work includes expertise in using NVIVO qualitative analysis software and proficiency in GIS and SPSS. Additionally, Allison coordinates IWPR’s Internship, Fellowship, and Federal Work-Study programs and provides general research support across several of IWPR’s programmatic areas.  Prior to joining IWPR, Allison conducted independent ethnographic and survey research on the gendered dimensions of at-home urban farming in Kingston, Jamaica with funding through a Fulbright award.  Allison holds a bachelor’s in philosophy from Wittenberg University and graduate coursework in quantitative and qualitative methods from the University of the West Indies, Mona.

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