Natalie Dabney is a Senior Associate at ideas42, a nonprofit that uses behavioral economics to design solutions to persistent social issues. Her content focus is on economic mobility and family planning and reproductive health. She previously served as Director of Social Impact at Concordia, where she oversaw the Concordia Partnership Index and the development of the Campaign model. She currently serves as a Member of Concordia’s Board of Directors.
Prior to joining Concordia, Ms. Dabney worked for Mathematica Policy Research, a research and evaluation firm where she conducted qualitative and quantitative research in the policy areas of labor, education, and health. Her expertise is in designing and conducting rigorous evaluations to determine the effectiveness of public policies and programs. She graduated from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with a Bachelor’s Degree. She also holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service with a specialization in policy analysis.