Kendra Fehrer joined the Gardner Center at Stanford University in 2013 as a qualitative research associate with a background in anthropology, community development, and Latin American culture and politics. Her research interests include questions of access and equity for low-income and immigrant residents, community participation in public programs and institutions, and practices of citizenship and democratic engagement. Prior to joining the Gardner Center, Kendra worked on a number of community-based research projects domestically and across Latin America. Kendra holds a BA and MA in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, and an MA and PhD in Anthropology from Brown University, where her doctoral research focused on the intersection of community engagement programs, national policy, and citizenship in low-income, urban Venezuela.

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