Samantha Selby

Samantha Selby
Research Associate, Challenge Success

Samantha is a quantitative research associate with Challenge Success, where her work focuses on socio-emotional learning with youth in formal and informal settings. She continues to work part-time as a research associate with Professor Ardoin’s group. Formerly, she was a research associate and lab manager with Professor Ardoin’s Social Ecology lab and a social science researcher in Stanford’s Anthropology Department. Samantha’s research interests include international environmental education, and she has experience teaching English in Spain, as well as teaching mathematics, science, and Spanish at a nonprofit, tuition-free school in Arizona. Samantha holds a master’s degree in International Comparative Education from Stanford and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Spanish from the University of Southern California.

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