Former Associate Vice President
Expertise: Labor demography, research translation, women’s empowerment
Marlene Lee was an associate vice president in International Programs. At PRB, her focus was on economic development, education, and women’s empowerment. She was technical director of PRB’s research translation collaboration with NORC for the USAID Research Technical Assistance Center (RTAC) and PRB’s collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley on Counting Women’s Work, Phase 2. Dr. Lee previously worked at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and at Louisiana State University, as well as for the United States Peace Corps and as an independent research consultant. She holds advanced degrees with specializations in public policy and administration, family demography, and community development.
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