Georgetown University; University of Pennsylvania; Cornell University
English, Education Policy, Sociology
Doctoral of Philosophy in Sociology
Lili Dodderidge is a first-year doctoral student in Sociology interested in spatial stigma and place-based policy, particularly in education, public health, and juvenile justice. Her research interests stem from both her work at the Center for Hunger-Free Communities, a research and advocacy center out of Drexel University focused on food insecurity and anti-poverty policies, and her career as an educator at a high school in North Philadelphia. She is committed to mixed-methods and community-based research and is thrilled to support ReLateral's work in applied public sociology. Lili received her BA in English from Georgetown University and her Master's in Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania. A Philly girl through and through, Lili is learning to embrace the natural beauty and small-town feel of Ithaca alongside her husband and dog.