Sarah Prince has a Ph.D. in Political Science from UC Davis. She specializes in creative mixed-methods research including quantitative and qualitative work. Her research focuses on the impact of emigrants on policies and outcomes in their country of origin. Her dissertation explores how social remittances (or information sent home from migrants abroad) impact policy preferences, evaluation of government, and political behavior. Her dissertation utilizes a mixed-method approach including: semi-structured interviews and statistical analyses relying on observational survey data. In future work she plans to implement cross-national survey experiments in order to improve our understanding of the relationship between social remittances and political behavior. She also has experience with project management, needs assessments, and client consultation, as a training coordinator for counties across California.