Miriam Hammond, Ed.M.
Miriam Hammond, Ed.M. is a Data Analyst for the Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute. In this role, she supports the execution of research methods for the institute’s various research projects and collaborations within the Institute for Capacity Building. Prior to joining UNCF, Hammond was a high school english teacher where she applied her research in educating incarcerated students and the pushout of Black girls in schools to implement targeted programming for students.
Hammond earned her bachelor’s degree in english from Tuskegee University and her master’s in teacher education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is also a Fulbright Scholar.