Lulu Chen Kam
Data and Analytics Associate
Lulu is a researcher who uses data to tell social science stories. Her research interests in social stratification explore how race, class, gender and immigration affect academic attainment in the United States. Prior to Springboard, she was a statistician at the US Census Bureau and an adjunct professor at George Washington University. Lulu received her BA from Cornell University, EdM from Harvard University Graduate School of Education and MA, PhD in Sociology from the University of Michigan, where she was affiliated with the Population Studies Center at the Institute for Social Research. Her favorite childhood book was Mooncake by Frank Asch, a story about how curiosity and tenacity graced with serendipity can open a world of possibilities.