Maribel R. Granja, MPH
Maribel Granja joined the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) as a data specialist/project coordinator in April 2015 on the evaluation of a parent coaching program, the Circle of Security Parent Training (COS-P), implemented by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) in high-need neighborhoods in NYC. She has experience in collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, moderating focus groups both in English and Spanish, and writing results for academic articles. Currently, she works with the Early Childhood team at NCCP helping to coordinate and manage the Improving the Odds for Young Children Project (ITO), maintaining and updating a 50-state early childhood policy profile database, and contributing to briefs/reports on current Early Childhood-related topics/project deliverables. She also provides support to the Family Economic Security team with an annual Fact Sheet on low-income children and online tools including a 50-state Demographics Wizard and Demographic profiles.
Maribel holds a Master of Public Health degree and Global Health certificate from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Rutgers University.