Carolin Hagelskamp
Vice President and Director of Research

P-12, Higher Ed

  • Data and statistics
  • For-profit colleges
  • Online learning
  • Online learning
  • Parent involvement
  • Public opinion and advocacy
  • School reform

Carolin Hagelskamp works on the development, management and implementation of Public Agenda’s quantitative and qualitative opinion and evaluation research studies, and on collaborative projects between Public Agenda’s research and public engagement departments, as well as collaborations with Public Agenda’s higher education and workforce development team. Before joining Public Agenda, Hagelskamp worked as a research and evaluation consultant for a variety of organizations, including United Nations Department for Peacekeeping Operations/Department of Field Support and the German Goethe Institute. She completed postdoctoral research at the Health, Emotion and Behavior Laboratory at Yale University. During her graduate studies, she conducted research at the Center for Research on Culture, Development and Education at New York University. Hagelskamp has worked on research projects in the U.S., Great Britain, Kenya and Germany. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kent at Canterbury, a master’s in organizational and social psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a doctorate in community psychology from New York University.