Amanda Mireles is a doctoral candidate in Sociology at Stanford University. Her research focuses on social stratification processes at work-family intersections. Her dissertation explores how despite educational advantage, women’s status in the labor market has not kept pace with men. Prior to graduate school, Amanda worked in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute in Washington D.C. She holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology and certificates in African American Studies and Latino Studies from Princeton University.
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