Molly Clark-BarolGraduate Student


Molly’s research interests are identifying best practices to mainstream mixed-methods, community-based research in program evaluation and design. She is also interested in the impacts of inequalities on urban governance.

Education and Relevant Experience

She graduated from Yale University in 2008 with a B.A. in Anthropology and Political Science. Since then, she has 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.

Portrait of Molly Clark-Barol, a smiling white woman with curly brown hair, wearing a navy blazer and glasses.


  • Civil Society & Community Studies

Degree Program

  • PhD Human Ecology: Civil Society & Community Research