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Jacqueline Groccia


Jacqueline Groccia is a doctoral student in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University. Her research interests explore social inequality by examining incarceration, housing, and education. Specifically, she investigates the social consequences of housing and criminal legal system policies, employing mixed methods research. Jacqueline is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Johns Hopkins Poverty and Inequality Research Lab (PIRL), where she studies housing and educational inequality. She has held numerous professional roles in legal services and social policy research, working with non-profit organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions. Jacqueline earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Criminal Justice and Criminology, respectively, from The George Washington University.

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