Molly Clark-BarolGraduate Student

My research interests are identifying best practices to mainstream mixed-methods, community-based research in program evaluation and design. I am also interested in the impacts of inequalities on urban governance.

I graduated from Yale University in 2008 with a BA in anthropology and political science. Since then, I have worked mostly in various international development programs, including: conservation, livelihoods, and food security in Nepal; nutrition policy in Liberia; and community mobilization and participatory urban development in the Niger Delta.

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  • Civil Society & Community Studies

Degree Program

  • PhD Human Ecology: Civil Society & Community Research


  • BA, Anthropology and Political Science, Yale University