Researcher, SRI Education
Daniela Saucedo has experience analyzing students’ college and career pathways using qualitative and quantitative research methods. She has a particular interest in systemic education inequality as it disproportionately affects students of color and those from low–socioeconomic backgrounds.
Saucedo’s project responsibilities include conducting background research and literature reviews, using STATA programming to code and clean data, managing project timelines and deliverables, supporting survey administration, coordinating extant data collection, and contributing to written reports for clients. Her current projects focus on broadening participation of historically underrepresented populations in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), the cost-analysis of educational programs, and improving the secondary and post-secondary outcomes of students who are off track to graduate from high school.
Saucedo earned her BS in economics from Duke University. She holds a professional diploma in French for business from the Paris Chamber of Commerce and is a native Spanish speaker.
- NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub
- Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia
- Evaluation of the Barr Foundation’s Engage New England Initiative
- Comparing the achievement of students in Virtual Virginia and face-to-face courses. Mislevy, J., Schmidt, R., Puma, M., Ezekoye A., & Saucedo, D. (2020).