Postdoctoral Fellow, Scholars Strategy Network, Duke University
Topics of Expertise:
Children / Cohabitation, Committed Relationships & Marriage / Couples Conflict, Separation & Divorce / Division of Labor in Families / Economic Inequality / Immigrant, Mixed Status & Transnational Families / Labor and Workforce / Latino Families / Marriage & Divorce / Parenthood: Motherhood/Fatherhood / Public Policy / Race, Ethnicity & Culture / Transition - Couples to Parenting / Work & Family
Natalie D. Hengstebeck is a postdoctoral fellow for the Research Triangle Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network based at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Natalie earned her PhD in human development and family studies and research methodology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Previously, Natalie earned a BA in psychology; sociology; communications and media studies; and professional writing at DePaul University. In addition to working as a Fulbright research fellow in the sociology department at Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam in the Netherlands, she has worked at the RAND Corporation, SAS Institute, and the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families.