Marta Alvira-Hammond

last updated 12/26/2017

Marta Alvira-Hammond

Senior Research Analyst at Child Trends Inc

7315 Wisconsin Avenue Suite 1200W, Bethesda, Maryland, United States
HQ Phone:
(240) 223-9200

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PhD Candidate - Bowling Green State University



Ph.D. candidate - sociology , Bowling Green State University


Research Fellow - National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families

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Staff Members Archive - Page 2 of 16 - Child Trends

Marta Alvira-Hammond
Senior Research Analyst

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Living Without a Net: Low-Income Hispanic Families’ Public Assistance Access | Hispanic Center

By Marta Alvira-Hammond, a senior research analyst at Child Trends and a former research fellow for the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families.
She is also a Ph.D. student focusing on demography in the Department of Sociology at Bowling Green State University. Her research focuses on immigrant and Hispanic families and family formation, self-sufficiency and the social safety net, and health and well-being.

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Marta Alvira-Hammond - Child Trends

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Marta Alvira-Hammond Marta Alvira-Hammond Senior Research Analyst, Bethesda, MD Marta Alvira-Hammond combines her expertise as a social demographer with her enthusiasm for communication and digital media as a senior research analyst in the Reproductive Health and Family Formation area. Her research interests include immigration and immigrant families, inequality, poverty and self-sufficiency, the safety net, and health. Currently, her main projects focus on poverty and the safety net among Hispanic families; communications work for the HHS Office of Adolescent Health; and the Emerging Scholars Initiative of the Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghouse. Marta first came to Child Trends in 2014 as a Research Fellow for the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families. She is currently working on her dissertation as a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at Bowling Green State University, specializing in demography with minors in social psychology and quantitative methods. Blogs by Marta Alvira-Hammond

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