Ph.D., Tufts University
Research interests include the socio-cultural context and relational frameworks linked to human development centered on of issues of equity, wellness, partnership, and capacity building across sectors.
Karen Craddock, Ph.D., is an applied psychologist who explores psycho-social functioning include race/gender intersectionality, mothering and mentoring, social-emotional learning, systems of care, strategic and social capital networks, and the neuroscience of inclusion. Her extensive background in mixed-method and qualitative research, program evaluation, training, and technical assistance also include her work as a certified executive personal coach and advocate. She has held senior administrative and research roles with U.S. federally sponsored projects, Education Development Center, Inc., and Harvard University.