Dr. Jennifer Burrell, Chief Strategist I'm Jenn--the Managing Director of MadX. Those that have met me would agree that I'm analytical and solution-oriented scientific research professional. However, it's my years of experience that really allow me to provide you with valuable insights and strategic recommendations to help you achieve your goals. In 2016, I officially became a digital nomad and remote strategist, so I have the flexibilty to meet your needs anywhere you are, 24-7.
Ph.D. and M.S. , Developmental Psychology, Howard Univeristy Certificate, Big Data and Social Analytics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology M.A. coursework, Justice, Law, & Society, American University Grant Proposal Reviewer, STEM Education GrantsNational Science Foundation Grant Reviewer, Investment in Innovation, United States Department of Education Appointment as Interium Chair, Talent Development Special Interest Group (SIG), American Education Research Association Assistantship and Student Advisor, McNair Undergraduate Research Program Senior Research Associate, Magnet School Assistance Program (MSAP) Center Senior Research Associate and Student Advisor, Global Education and Awareness Research Undergraduate Program (GEAR-UP)
Select Lectures, Conferences, and Publications
Erete, S., & Burrell, J. (March, 2017). Empowered Participation: How Citizens Use Technology to Leverage their Political Power. Paper presented at AMC CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing, Denver, CO.
Burrell, J. (2015). DePaul University – Chicago City of Learning Broaden Participation Evaluation Report, Chicago, IL.
Burrell, J., Fleming, L., Fredericks, A., Moore, I. (2015). Domestic and International Student Matters: Majoring in Engineering at an HBCU. JNE, 84(1), 40-55.
Burrell, J., & Fleming, L. (2014). Best practices in preparing the next generation of college students majoring in STEM for 21st Century problem-solving. The American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Magnet School Assistance Program (MSAP) Center (2014). Year 3 Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Report of MSAP 2010 Grantees. Department of Education (ED), Washington, D.C.
Burrell, J., Anderson, A., & Strum, T. (2013). Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) - Center for Male Engagement Evaluation Report on Persistence, Philadelphia, PA.
Burrell, J., Winston, C., Freeman, K. (2013). Race-acting: The varied and complex affirmative meaning of “acting Black” for African-American adolescents. Culture & Psychology, 19(1), 95-116.
Burrell, J. (2011). The Psychology of Success: Achievement motivation and identity among middle school students. American Psychological Association (APA) Conference, Washington, D.C.
Burrell, J., & Anderson, A. S. (June, 2009). Quantitative Data Analysis: Guided practice in applied statistics using SPSS. Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI), Washington, D.C.
Fleming, L., Burrell, J., Patterson, W., Fredericks, A., & Chouikha, M. (2012). Impacting engineering students’ global perspectives: Research abroad experiences. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
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