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Jessica Greenstone

Jessica Greenstone Winestone, Postdoctoral Scholar

Jessica Greenstone Winestone has been with TIER as a qualitative research associate since 2006. Recently she has worked on the home visiting and juvenile justice system collaborations study funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and the MHVI Evaluation’s Linkages to Community Resources project, which focused on home visitor support behaviors and connections to services within systems of care. She was the Qualitative Research Manager for the Massachusetts Healthy Families Evaluation-2 from 2007-2014. Jessica received her Ph.D. in Applied Child Development at Tufts University in 2012. At Tufts she studied the social, emotional and intellectual development of girls, and the secondary educational pathways of teenage mothers. Jessica earned her M.S. in Learning, Teaching and Social Policy at Cornell University, where she studied influences of social messages about gender on girls' self-concepts, and relational aggression among women and girls. She earned her B.A. in Women's Studies from Douglass College at Rutgers University. Previously, Jessica served as the Education Director for the New Jersey region of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), where she directed its anti-bias and anti-bullying educational programs in K-12 schools throughout the state.