Margot Moinester

Margot Moinester

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Margot Moinester
Research Interests: Immigration policy and enforcement; health inequalities, and crime and punishment

Margot Moinester is a PhD student in Sociology and a Doctoral Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Her research interests encompass immigration, health inequalities, and crime and punishment. 

Prior to entering the PhD Program, Margot led a regional assessment of access to healthcare in northeast Montana as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer and conducted research with the Women’s Interagency HIV Study in Chicago. Additionally, Margot is a co-founder of the women’s development non-profit organization Manos de Madres. She holds a B.A. in Health: Science, Society and Policy from Brandeis University.

Previous Degrees: 

Brandeis University, B.A. in Health: Science, Society, and Policy

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