Jennie Copeland is a project coordinator at the Center for Child and Family Policy. She joined the Center in April 2013 as a research aide for the Parenting, Adolescent Self-Regulation, and Risk-Taking Across Cultures (PAC) project. Since then she has managed the Daily Text Message Study, which is designed to understand the day-to-day experiences of working parents and their families.
Copeland is bilingual and has has a long-term interest in helping families and communities build their economic capacity. Her past work experiences include: grant writing, community organizing, and legislative advocacy.
- Master of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - 2011
- B.A., Human Development and Social Relations, Earlham College - 2007