Caroline Glesmann is a researcher at NCCD. Her varied experience with the organization includes contributing to projects that focus on the gender-specific needs of girls and young women in the juvenile justice system; collecting and analyzing juvenile probation data for San Francisco Bay Area counties; coordinating an undergraduate research training program as part of the Center on Culture, Immigration and Youth Violence Prevention; and supporting a community-based process to develop a new youth center in Oakland, CA. She has a dual bachelor of arts degree in women’s studies and music from Brown University, Providence, RI, and a master’s degree in sociology from California State University, East Bay. Prior to NCCD, her employment experience included coordinating publications and public relations for various nonprofits in Oakland.
Recent publications by Caroline Glesmann: