Aubrey McDonough joined the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) in August 2018 as a Research Associate. She contributes to project development and assists in managing impact evaluations carried out by the LEO team. Her current projects focus on economic self-sufficiency, high school dropout prevention, and juvenile diversion. While a student at Brown University, Aubrey worked at the Rhode Island Innovative Policy Lab evaluating the impact of school choice on academic outcomes and establishing an incentivized scholarship program for low-income high schoolers. Aubrey graduated from Brown University with her B.A. in International Relations in 2017 and again in 2018 with her Master of Public Affairs.