Joanne Brosh, Ph.D.
Dr. Joanne Brosh joined Carolina Demography in March 2019 as a research analyst focusing primarily on the North Carolina education pipeline and related areas.
She has worked as a program evaluator with the North Carolina General Assembly, where she assessed the efficiency and effectiveness of state programs. Previous jobs include working as a research associate with the North Carolina Partnership for Children and as a program specialist in evaluation at the United States Department of Agriculture/National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
In all of these positions, the majority of her research and evaluation work has centered on education issues and programs (early childhood, secondary, and postsecondary), either at the state or federal level. She earned her BS in Psychology from Ursinus College and her MA and PhD in Social Psychology and Sociology from the University of Nevada, Reno.
This is the second post in a three-post series looking at in-migration and out-migration in North Carolina. Read the first post in the series, "NC is rapidly growing. Where are our new residents moving from?" Between 2017 and 2018, North…
North Carolina’s population has grown by 848,000 new residents, or 8.9%, since the 2010 Census, rising to 10.4 million residents as of 2018. The state’s annual growth slowed during the Great Recession of 2008 and subsequent recovery period but began…