Research & Evaluation
Sabrina joined The Trust in June 2020. While in graduate school, she conducted research on family functioning, infant sleep and psychosocial development with an emphasis on community-based prevention and intervention programs that promote health and well-being in early childhood. She also collaborated on various projects designing early learning and school readiness programs. Additionally, Ms.
Jennifer Ulysse joined The Children’s Trust in 2019. Ms. Ulysse earned a Master of Public Health from Nova Southeastern University, with a special focus in Maternal/Child Health & Epidemiology.
Ashley Pugh joined the Trust in 2019 as a Research and Evaluation Analyst for the Early Childhood Development initiative. Prior to joining The Trust, Ms. Pugh worked as Project Manager for an international development consulting firm, IOS Partners, working across Africa and the Caribbean, where she provided direct support to Governments.
Bryan Pomares joined The Children’s Trust in 2018.
Xeniamaria Rodriguez-Saltzman joined the Children's Trust in 2018.
Teresa Cobb joined The Children’s Trust in July 2008.
Ms. Cobb brings over ten years of experience with the SAMIS data system. She has earned an A.S. Degree in Paralegal Studies and is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Strayer University. A firm believer in giving back to the community, she has worked as a volunteer at the Lupus Foundation of Florida as a support group facilitator and Lupus Ambassador.
Javier Vazquez joined The Children’s Trust in November 2014 as a research and evaluation analyst dedicated to program evaluation and data analyses related to child, youth, and family services. His current role as data integrity analyst includes analyses of data across multiple sources with a focus on programmatic, research/evaluation and fiscal information to facilitate the decision-making process, in addition to the development of tools to capture and report key information to a variety of audiences.
Grettel Suarez joined the Trust in June 2013 as an analyst for Research and Evaluation's Parenting and Service Partnership initiatives. Her experience evaluating programs involving children and families include work as a research associate for the Center for Family Studies (CFS) at the University of Miami, Department of Psychiatry.
Prior to joining the University of Miami, she collaborated with the Child Anxiety and Phobia Program, conducting studies on the role of identity and attachment disorder in separation anxiety.