EC PRISM program in the Center for Translational Neuroscience, at the University of Oregon
Anna Wright works as a research assistant in the SNAP lab, supporting the ongoing development of the Early Childhood Precision, Innovation, and Shared Measurement (EC PRISM) framework and providing technical assistance around program development and evaluation to various organizations that serve children and families. She also works as a coach for the Filming Interactions to Nurture Development (FIND) program. Anna received her bachelor's degree in psychology in 2018 from the University of Missouri, where she worked in Dr. Ashley Groh's family and child development lab and served as an AmeriCorps Member and Team Leader for Jumpstart. Her research interests include the impact of early stressful experiences on children’s development, and translating science into practice and policy to improve outcomes for youth and families experiencing adversity.