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About Us 3

2008

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150+

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Millions

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PRINCIPLES

Strive for the perfect balance
between form and function.

Question standard norms before
choosing to obey them.

Communicate with clarity, be complex
but never complicated.

Embrace the difficult decision
that drive creativity forward.

Constructive collegiality is key
to the stimulation of ideas.

Trust in collaboration
the hallmark of our work.


Team
Tish-Kashani
Tish Kashani
Research Staff

Tish Kashani has experience as a counselor and teacher with special needs children and adults and in administration in small business and environmental organizations. With her long-term interest in early development, she’s excited to volunteer with ELP’s staff and students as well as learn more about its current research with young children.

Herietta-Lee
Herietta Lee
Research Staff

Herietta Lee graduated from Georgetown University in 2014 with a BA in psychology minoring in Theology. She loves working with children and has always been interested in early child development. She is currently taking a gap year and is applying to dental schools. She is excited to continue her work from her undergraduate studies and hopes to carry over this experience to her future studies in becoming a pediatric dentist.

Natalie-Brito
Natalie Brito
Graduate Student

Natalie Brito earned her PhD from Georgetown in 2013 and is now a Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society post-doctoral research fellow at Columbia University. She is working with Dr. Kim Noble in the Neurocognition, Early Experience, and Development lab (NEED) where she is examining how early environmental variations shape the trajectory of cognitive development.


Life at Foundry