Elizabeth Hentschel

Elizabeth is a mixed-methods researcher and doctoral student interested in developing techniques to better understand measurement pathways that influence children’s early development. Previously, Elizabeth has worked on maternal and child health-related research projects in Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Vietnam, and India. She is deeply interested in psychometric measurement, program evaluation, qualitative research, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Elizabeth’s will partner with Aga Khan University to assess the cross-cultural relevance of a tool developed to measure responsive care in order to improve child development outcomes.