is a writer and research scholar trained at Barnard College and Stanford University. She is currently a graduate student at the George Washington University in the School of Public Health. Her work covers a range of public health and social policy issues including maternal and child health, education, early childhood development, social mobility and inequality. Kendra is also the mother of 3 year old, identical twin girls. For fun she spends time with her family, experiments with cooking new recipes, and watches Olivia Pope.
A Thousand Years of Good Health: Millennials, Get Healthy Using Social Media
Sallie Mae Faces Federal Investigation Over Lending Practices
Welcome to America, Where It's a Crime to Be Black
Chris Christie Reelection 2013: Why Teaching is Way More Complicated Than "Just Do Your Job"
5 Reasons Cutting Food Stamps Will Hurt America's Children