Research Analyst II, Duke Center for Child and Family Policy
Melissa Martin is a research analyst II at the Center for Child and Family Policy, currently supporting the Community Navigation evaluations and the Henderson-Polk Family Life Survey. Since joining the Center in 2009, she has worked on several research projects, including Fast Track, the Child Development Project, the Prospective Study of Infant Development, Parenting Across Cultures, Project KIDS, and the Durham Health Census. In recognition of her exceptional work, Melissa was honored with Sanford's prestigious Dean's Excellence Award and Dean's Circle Award in 2019. In her spare time, she finds joy in experimenting in the kitchen and chasing around her rambunctious toddler.